Keylor Grand Theatre
203 W. Alder Street,
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The Keylor Grand Opera House was built by Howard R. Keylor in 1905. Its large stage made it one of the leading stops for touring companies in the west, and it hosted such spectacles as the 1909 tour of the stage production of “Ben Hur”.
The Keylor Grand Theatre presented live theater until closing around 1930 and then remained dark for nearly a decade. It was later reopened as a movie house, which it remained through the early-1940’s. After that it became a venue for wrestling matches and other live events. In 1954 the auditorium was demolished, but the large stage house was converted to a garage. The stage house remains standing today.
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