Indiana Theatre

219 E. 43rd Street,
Chicago, IL

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The Indiana was a South Side theater which opened around 1910 and sat just under 800.

It sat at the intersection of 43rd Street and Indiana Avenue and was originally a vaudeville house, later screening movies as well. It advertised itself as offering "Loop Vaudeville…At One-Half Loop Prices!"

As with many of the South Side’s entertainment venues, the Indiana was torn down years ago.

Contributed by Bryan Krefft
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