708 Hennepin Avenue,
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The Pantages Theater was built as a vaudeville theater, opening on October 27, 1916.
By the 1920’s, the Pantages Theater switched to a mostly-movies format.
RKO extensively remodeled the house in 1946 renaming it the RKO Pan Theater from April 20, 1946. The remodel was carried out to the plans of Sebco Inc.
It was bought by Ted Mann in 1960 and remodeled into a 70mm roadshow house, opening in March 1961 with “Spartacus”.
The Mann Theater was one of the plushest cinemas in the Midwest. It closed in 1984 and was purchased by the city. After a complete refurbishment it reopened on 7th November 2002 as a live theatre.
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