High Society Theatre
125 Central Park Square,
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Architects: Conrad Skinner
Previous Names: Centre Theatre, Teatro Roxy
The 970-seat Centre Theatre was opened April 8, 1948 with Clifton Webb in “Sitting Pretty”. Located in the heart of downtown of this small city, it was one of the few things for a kid to do. The other big attraction was the bowling alley which was right next door. In April 1978 it was renamed Teatro Roxy.
In later years it was tripled to the plans of architect Conrad Skinner and renamed High Society Theatre which closed in 2001.
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