1594 Rue St-Denis,
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The Theatre St.Denis opened March 4, 1916 with Orrin Johnson in “Satan Sanderson”. It was designed by the Montreal architectural firm Barrott, Blackader & Webster (Ernest Barrott, Gordon Home Blackader, Daniel T. Webster). The facade and entrance were in a Greek Revival style in the form of a Temple, whilst the interior and auditorium were in an Adam Style. It was equipped with a Wurlitzer Hope-Jones organ (removed by 1960). Seating was provided for 2,380 in orchestra and balcony levels. By 1935, the facade and marquee had been given a modern Art Deco style facelift (today modernised further)
This theatre is now used for live performances. There are two auditoriums, the original now seats 2,218 and an adjacent auditorium has seating for 933.
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