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The Pitts-Roth Theater was opened around 1946. It was built to cater for a mixed clentele of colored and white patrons in separate areas of the theatre. The orchestra level seated 444 and was for white patrons, while the 310-seat balcony catered for the colored patrons. The proscenium was 27 feet wide, with a stage 39 feet wide and 14 feet deep.
It was part of the Pitts' Theatres chain in the early-1960’s. It was later known as the South Theater.
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