108 S. Main Street,
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Chamberlain State Theatre (Official)
Functions: Movies (First Run)
Styles: Art Deco
Previous Names: Empress Theatre
The Empress Theatre was opened by 1914. It was renamed State Thetare in 1932. Located right on S. Main Street, this old small town theatre is still in operation. It features two first run films nightly with matinees on weekends and a seperate admission for each feature.
The theatre also features a video rental in the lobby to suppliment income.
The building itself is a two story blond brick building. It has a number of large poster cases along the front of the building. It also has a squared marquee over the entrance with no attraction panels, just “State Theatre” in neon. The theatre also has a good sized vertical with “State” spelled out on it.
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