Oroville State Theatre
1489 Myers Street,
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The State Theatre opened April 7, 1928 with a seating capacity of 1,529, and was originally equipped with a Wurlitzer organ. It was built for and operated by T & D. Jr. Enterprises.
In the late-1970’s, United Artists twinned the State Theatre. The theatre was purchased by the City of Oroville in 1983. The dividing wall was removed in the 1980’s, and films returned. Since then, performing arts have become the main program, with some films shown. By 2018 the Wurlitzer organ was being played again and a dedication ceremony will be held in October 2018.
The Oroville State Theatre is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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