1607 Main Street,
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Opened on July 2, 1936 with Barbara Stanwyck in “Red Salute”, the 756-seat State Theatre was closed in 1961. On August 28, 1962 it reopened as the Fox Theatre with “West Side Story”. It was twinned in the 1970’s. It closed in 1987. It was converted into a store selling beauty products.
In 2013, it was reopened as the Nickelodeon Theatre after the the former Nickelodeon Theatre on 937 Main Street was closed and transferred their business. Now with a reduced seating capacity of 99, this non-profit art house cinema also screens seasons of repertory programming and has a focus on community theatre as well.
In 2013 money was being raised to renovate and reopen the 197 seat theatre in the upstairs balcony to create a second screen. The second screen opened April 14, 2015 and was designed by architectural firm 1x1 Design.
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