State Theatre

108 South Main Street,
Chamberlain, SD 57325

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State Theatre

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Located right on 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.

Contributed by Chuck Van Bibber

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Chris1982 on July 19, 2014 at 9:22 pm

The State Theatre opened as the Empress Theatre in the early-1920’s. It became the State in 1932. This theatre has made the conversion to digital and 3D projection.

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