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The Billings Theatre was originally constructed as an opera house around 1908 and was on the second floor of a downtown building. The theatre showcased Shakespearean dramas, school productions, fine arts concerts and even a junior burlesque or two. It was later remodeled as a silent film cinema and renamed to the Liberty Theatre. Around 1922, the theatre was again remodeled and moved downstairs into a space formerly occupied by the Ansonia. The Liberty Theatre continued to show films during the construction process. Once the remodel was finished, the theatre changed names to the Billings Theatre.
Source: The Sooner Student (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 12, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 19, 1922
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