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Yes. It is a wonderful venue.
This theatre was saved by the community and not made into
a parking lot. A beautiful story that will allow the residents to enjoy their art deco gem for generations to come.
Such a shame this theatre and the family who owned it didn’t work with the locals to save it.
Sorry to read that it is now closed.
Nice to read about stained glass being returned.
Any restoration updates would be greatly appreciated.
Joe: Thank you for the additional information.
I haven’t seen your photo though doubt it came out of the Grand as it was art decor themed rather than Moroccan. Please send me the photo via email at
John: A very nice post about a theatre that should still be with the residents of Rochester. Thanks for the memories.
terrywade: Great to read.
americandigger: If you still have posters, please advise. My email is
David: A great post! Thanks!
spectrum: Can’t seem to download the first link. Is it correctly given?
americandigger: Still hoping to hear from you regarding your posters. Please contact me at the email address that I have provided. If you have sold them, let me know.
americandigger: Please contact me at
I plan to see this theatre this summer.
Does anyone know what happened to the theatre organ?
The lobby of this theatre is now the IL Foro restaurant.
Is the IL Foro now.
What is the current status?
We certainly hope this theatre remains a part of the community!
Rivest266: With this theatre having stopped showing movies in September, 2015 what’s next for this theatre? Can they offer live performances?
Such a shame Milwaukee lost this theatre due so often to ignorance.