Bremen Theatre

105 E. Plymouth Street,
Bremen, IN 46506

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Bremen Theatre

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The Majestic Theatre was opened around 1910 with 297 seats. It became the Gem Theatre in 1923. Around 1929 it became the Playhouse and in 1930 briefly was renamed Rialto Theatre before reverting back to the Playhouse name. It was listed as (Closed) in the Film Daily Yearbooks of 1933 & 1934.

After a remodle it reopened as the Bremen Theatre August 23, 1934 with Joe E. Brown in “ A Very Honorable Guy”. In the 1980’s it became the Family Theatre and was renamed Bremen Theatre in 2000. It now has all digital sound and projection showing first run attractions.

Contributed by Chris1982

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rivest266
rivest266 on December 4, 2015 at 4:32 pm

August 23rd, 1934 grand opening ad in photo section.

Texas2step
Texas2step on April 7, 2017 at 8:13 pm

This one had a few other names before becoming the Bremen Theatre. Opened around 1910 as the Majestic Theatre. The name was changed to the Gem Theatre in 1923. Around 1929 the next name change was to the Playhouse. A year later, the name was changed briefly to the Rialto Theatre before being changed back to the Playhouse.

The name Playhouse lasted until 1934 when the theatre was remodeled and renamed the Bremen Theatre. In the 1980s the name was changed to the Family Theatre. In the year 2000, the theatre was purchased by its current owner and the name reverted back to the Bremen Theatre.

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