55 Washington Street,
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The original Mason’s Opera House was refitted for films in about 1916 by its manager F.P. Bratton (also of the Empire Theatre in Pocomoke City). It became the Gem Theatre in the early 1930’s and the Outten Theatre by World War II (sometimes misspelled as the “Quitten”.
In December, 2012, the municipality took ownership of the theatre and began again referring to it as the Opera House. (Snow Hill also had the Rio Theatre of about 400 seats, an African-American theatre on Commerce Street (currently a Masonic lodge), and the Waverly Theatre on a pier in the Pocomoke River.
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