Local theaters struggle to thrive
KENOSHA, WI — While the future of the Roosevelt Theatre might be the primary concern, other Kenosha theaters are working to make ends meet as well.
“Kenosha cannot support four theaters” was a common refrain as the city debated the fate of the Roosevelt Theatre. That particular question became somewhat moot after the City Council approved contracts to tear down the 80-year-old theater at 2908 Roosevelt Road on Monday.
But three other city theaters are still working out the scripts for their future. And each theater has a different ending in mind.
Read the full story in the Kenosha News.