Old Opera House
204 N. George Street,
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The New Opera House was opened on February 11, 1911. Designed by architect Thomas A. Mullett, son of Alfred B. Mullett, who had previously worked as supervising architect to the Treasury.
At some time it was renamed Packette Theatre, but by the 1930’s it was a movie theatre known as the Opera House. It closed as a cinema in the early-1950’s.
Placed on the National Register of Historic Places, today it is known as the Old Opera House, and operates as a community theatre.
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