149 W. Main Street,
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Constructed in 1885, as both a live perfomance venue and a Masonic facility. It was showing silent films early in the century(20th). Unlike the other Orange theater, it made the switch to sound. Extensive remodeling in the early-1920’s and was renamed Pitts-Madison Movie House in 1936.
Operated by Pitts Theaters Inc. from roughly the 1930’s till sometime in the 1950’s. In the late-1960’s it was taken over by Mid-Atlantic Theatres and they closed in on December 31, 1969. In 1991, all vestiges of "theater" vanished, as it was gutted to become law offices.
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