Fergus Falls Center for the Arts
124 W. Lincoln Avenue,
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Opened on December 29, 1921 as the Orpheum Theatre, this 445-seat theatre was, for its first couple of decades of existence, a vaudeville house, but in the early-1950’s, was converted into a movie theatre.
It was renamed the Fergus Theater, and remained in business for another twenty years.
By the early-1970’s, it closed and remained so until 1982, when it was remodeled for use as a performing arts center. It was in operation only during the warm weather months for its first decade, but in 1993, a $1 million renovation upgraded the Fergus Theatre’s facilities for use year-round.
Known today as A Center for the Arts, the theatre hosts not only concerts, dance and drama performances, but screens films as well and holds summer art classes for children.
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