Nagels Grand Theater

2335 Station Street,
Indianapolis, IN 46218

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Dream Theatre Pipe Organ

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Opened as the Dream Theater in 1915 with seating listed as 400. Became the Nagels Grand Theater in 1925. The theater had a Louisville Uniphone Organ. The theater closed in 1955 and has since been demolished.

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dfinkel
dfinkel on September 12, 2011 at 4:06 am

The Dream Theatre had a Louisville Pipe Organ Company “Uniphone” organ. It was (and still is) 5 ranks. Tibia 16-2, Diapason 8-4, VDO 8-4, Oboe Horn 8 and Vox Humana 8-4. It has been kept intact and is still playing. It is in a private residence in Shelbyville, Indiana. It is one of only 2 remaining horseshoe consoles built by LPO.

Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on November 29, 2014 at 9:06 pm

This web page about the Ritz Theatre, says that its architect, George V. Bedell, also designed the Dream Theatre.

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