Round Up Theater
2858-60 N. Milwaukee Avenue,
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The Rose Theatre was one of several theaters in the Logan Square neighborhood, such as the Congress Theatre, the Logan Square Theatre and the Paramount Theatre (still operating today as the Logan Theatre). Most of the theaters, like the Rose Theatre, were located on N. Milwaukee Avenue.
The Rose Theatre opened in 1914 and could seat over 700. It appears to have closed and reopened more than once during the 1930’s. In 1936, the Rose Theatre reopened as the New Dale Theatre. In 1949, as the Round Up Theatre, its operators, the H & E Balaban chain, adopted a Western’s policy. It closed sometime during the 1950’s, and by the late-1950’s, housed a furniture store.
In 2001, a restaurant operated out of the former lobby space, while the auditorium was used for storage. It was demolished in June 2009.
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