Voge Theatre

811 W. Chicago Avenue,
East Chicago, IN 46312

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The Vogue Theatre was opened around 1930-1931. In the late-1950’s it was advertised as the Voge Theatre.

Contributed by Bryan Krefft

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SpookyKabuki
SpookyKabuki on August 22, 2010 at 9:21 pm

In the website for the Hoosier Theatre (Whiting), it mentions that the owner’s family used to own the Vogue Theatre, so I’m sure if he is contacted some info and possibly pictures will turn up.
www.hoosiertheatre.com

Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on June 10, 2014 at 1:00 pm

It’s possible that this item from the July 5, 1930, issue of Exhibitors Herald World is about the Vogue Theater:

“EAST CHICAGO.— E. A. Varger & Company has plans by L. H. Warriner, 723 Washington street, Gary, Ind., for a two-story brick theatre to be located at Chicago and Forsythe streets. Cost estimated, $100,000.”
Forsythe Street was the former name of Indianapolis Boulevard.

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