105 S. Washington Street,
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Located in a former livery, the Bijou Theatre opened on January 16, 1905 presenting vaudeville. In 1907 a new Bijou Theatre opened on N. Washington Street and this first Bijou Theatre was renamed Star Theatre. In 1909 it was renamed Royal Theatre, launching with Edison films by Charles F. Goodrich. The theatre had high visibility with the popular Zaden Bros. Ice Cream and Candy Shop next door and was a stop on the Green Bay-De Pere transit line. The theatre burned during what turned out to be the theatre’s final show on May 12, 1920. It was replaced by the Strand Theatre a year later.
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