113 N. 4th Street,
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Originally named the Graham Theater which opened October 1, 1927. The Elma Theater, which was the only operating theater for miles, served as a venue for mostly live stage shows, with an occasional movie. The theater was equipped for stereo sound, operated 20 minute reels with changeover, and hah carbon arc lamphouses.
Sadly, damage from recent earthquakes hurt the Elma Theater, but volunteers were for a while working tirelessly to repair its beautiful workmanship. The building had more live bookings than any other theater in southwest Washington. It was closed in late-2013.
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