Joseph H. Lebowsky Center
122 E. Main Street,
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The Capitol Theatre was originally a 1,200-seat vaudeville house when it opened in 1926, and later turned to movies only. It closed as a movie theater in 1985.
After a brief period when it was home to a church, it was taken over by the Owosso Players for live theatrical performances.
The current name of the theater is in honor of the theater’s builder, Joseph Lebowsky, whose family owned the theater.
On February 13, 2007, an arson fire caused massive damage to the Lebowsky Center. The Owosso Players moved their performances to Owosso Middle School. In 2009, work began rebuilding and restoring the theatre.
The Joseph H. Lebowsky Center reopened May 9, 2014 with a performance of “Shrek the Musical”.
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