272 E. Deerpath Road,
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Firms: Betts & Holcomb
The Deerpath Theatre, in the northern Chicago suburb of Lake Forest, opened September 1, 1928 with Dolores Costello in “Glorious Betsy”. It was designed by the firm of Betts and Holcomb, who were also responsible for designing the Catlow Theatre in Barrington (among several other Chicagoland area theatres).
Both theatres were designed in a neo-Tudor style, though the interior decor differed and the Deerpath Theatre had an Atmospheric style auditorium with a balcony.
The Deerpath Theatre remained open until around 1985. After it closed, it was converted into a shopping center.
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