610 Second Street,
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The Webster Theater opened as the Orpheum Theater on November 29, 1909. It operated as a vaudeville theater until 1916 when the Orpheum Theater moved to a new building right next door named the E. H. Martin Building and began showing silent movies. In the 1920’s the Orpheum was remodeled and renamed the Granada Theater. The main floor seated 600 and the balcony held 150 patrons.
In the 1930’s the Granada was renamed the Webster Theater. Around 1988 Bob Fridley of Fridley Theatres purchased the Webster Theater. The Webster is open and was operated by Fridley Theatres until the mid-2000’s, when it was taken over by the BigTime Cinema chain.
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