1526 Main Street,
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Built as an Odd Fellows Hall, it was converted into the Mack Theatre which opened December 15, 1927 with Bert Lytell in “Alias, the Lone Wolf”. A piano, violin & cello trio provided musical accompaniment to the movies. It was renamed Elwood Theatre on April 6, 1932. It outlived the city’s many other indoor theatres until its final closure on December 3, 1981 with “American Werewolf in London”.
The auditorium was gutted and twinned and it reopened November 21, 1984 and closed March 15, 1988. In 1990, it was in use as a live theatre, but was a short lived venture. On June 17, 200o, the roof of the disused theatre collapsed taking part of the side wall with it. It was demolished later in 2000.
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