120 1st Avenue East,
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Architects: Marion B. Riffo
News About This Theater
- Oct 21, 2009 — Liberty Theater acquired for church expansion
The Liberty Theatre was opened January 24, 1921 with Alma Rubens in “Humoresque” & Harold Lloyd in “Captain Kid’s Kids”. It was equipped with an organ which was opened by organist Albert Plomteaux who was based in Seattle. The location of the Liberty Theatre was given as N. Main Street.
Last operated by the Signature Theatres chain who closed it in 2007. The Liberty Theatre was purchased by the Fresh Life Church (the which also owns the Strand Theatre), and is now being used as a ‘siamese sancutury’ - audio and hi-def video is fed from the Strand Theatre to the Liberty Theatre (except for when the pastor choses to preach from the Liberty Theatre, in which case it will happen in reverse).
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