11016-20 S. Michigan Avenue,
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This theater, which was opened in 1922, was officially simply the State Theatre, though it was also known as the Roseland-State (as it was located in the heart of the South Side Chicago neighborhood of Roseland.)
It sat at the corner of South Michigan Avenue and 110th Street, in a two story, block-long building that also housed offices and stores.
It could seat a little over 2000, and was decorated with a highly ornate neoclassical terra-cotta facade, with an interior originally in elegant Renaissance style.
The State’s days as a movie house ended in the 70s, and afterward, it housed a church for many years until it was unfortunately demolished in 1997.
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