469 Main Street,
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Opened on September 12, 1930 with “Follow Thru”. The York Theatre was originally planned by architect Albert J. Smith, but was completed to the plans of architect William G. Upham. It is listed as operating after 1950, and closed in the 1960’s.
The York Theatre became a temporary courthouse, then a dance studio and most recently a bowling alley and a bar/lounge. This had closed by 2019 and the theatre is vacant and is a tax held property. The town is interested in acquiring the theatre with hopes to redevelop it into a new ‘black box’ performance space.
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