Apollo Civic Theatre
128 E. Martin Street,
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Opened in 1914 as one of the first theaters in West Virginia designed as primarily a movie house, the Apollo Theatre was designed by Washington, DC-based architect Reginald Geare and Chapman E. Kent. In 1973, the Berkeley County Civic Theatre (BCCT) began using the Apollo for live theater performances. In 1987, the BCCT changed its name to the Apollo Civic Theatre.
The Apollo continues to host live theater, as well as other live performances and various special events at the theater.
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