770 E. Colorado Boulevard,
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Architects: Oliver Perry Dennis
Styles: Italian Renaissance
Previous Names: Florence Theatre, Pussycat Theatre
Opened as the Florence Theatre on March 28, 1918 with William Kerrigan in “The Turn of a Card”. It was equipped with a Seeburg-Smith pipe organ which had a 2 manual console. It was renamed State Theatre in 1935. This former Fox house closed and was later operated by Pussycat Theatres, in the 1970’s and 1980’s. It became an independent theatre, closing in 2000. It was demolished, apart from the façade, which is now the entrance to retail and office use.
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