126-130 N. High Street,
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The Levoy Theatre Preservation Society (Official)
Previously operated by: Warner Bros. Circuit Management Corp.
Architects: William Wrifford
Functions: Live Theater
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- May 13, 2010 — Levoy Theatre financing package complete
The Levoy Theatre is Millville, New Jersey’s historic vaudeville theater and was originally built in 1908.
At its peak, the Neo-Classical styled Levoy Theatre seated over 2,000 patrons, making it one of the largest auditoriums in New Jersey. During the 1940’s the Levoy Theatre was operated by Warner Bros. Circuit Management. The Levoy Theatre closed in December 1974 and fell into disrepair.
It was purchased by the Levoy Theatre Preservation Society in 1998. The society, a non-profit group, is dedicated to the preservation, restoration, and operation of the Levoy Theatre as a community performing arts center and museum. Sadly, during renovation work on January 3, 2011, the building collapsed, and was partially destroyed.
Renovations were carried out and it reopened in August 2012.
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