Firemen's Theatre

18375 Chestnut Avenue,
Tuolumne, CA 95379

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Firemen's Theatre

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The Tuolumne Opera House was opened prior to 1929, when it was listed with 200 seats. By 1932 it was listed as the Firemen’s Hall still with 200 seats. By 1941 the Firemen’s Hall had increased its seating capacity to 451. In 1950 it was operating as the Firemen’s Theatre, and was still open in 1955. Today the building stands as an empty, roofless shell.

Contributed by Ken Roe

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wsasser
wsasser on June 8, 2014 at 7:26 pm

I ran across this in April 2014. It is just a couple of blocks from the Church that was used in High Noon with Gary Cooper. I was looking for the church and rode by this old theater – just a shell but still there.

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