116 W. Main Avenue,
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While the Liberty Theatre doesn’t strictly fit the normal description of a movie palace, it has, however, been a landmark in the city of Puyallup for more than 75 years. During most of its run, it was owned by the Barovik family.
Opened on August 19, 1924, the Liberty Theatre featured vaudeville, then movies. Until recently, the theatre was operated by Reel Entertainment, which used it to show second run features. However, when two newer theatre complexes (a six-plex and a 14-plex) were opened nearby and forced an older, nearby 6-plex theatre to convert into a bargain house, the Liberty Theatre was closed.
It was then sold to Mr. Tom Newmann, who tiered the sloping floor and restored the rest of the theatre to its original state, making it into a first class venue for banquets, receptions, and corporate meetings. By 2018 it became a live theatre operated by ManeStage Theatre Company.
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