Lyric Theatre

203 N. Main Street,
Prineville, OR 97754

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On May 10, 1913, the Lyric Theatre began operating in a remodeled commercial building that had been built in 1889. It was the third and final location for the theater that had been opened three years earlier by proprietor L. C. Morgan. The new house had 220 orchestra seats and 16 boxes.

In 1938, operator Ken Piercy opened the Pine Theatre across Main Street, but continued to operate the Lyric Theatre as the town’s “B” house. The Lyric Theatre remained in operation until the building was damaged by a fire in 1966. Recently, the building was renovated and converted into offices for a law firm.

Contributed by Joe Vogel
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