Mother Lode Theatre
316 W. Park Street,
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Built as the Temple Theatre in 1923, it opened September 6, 1924. The Mother Lode Theatre has emerged, after a $3 million dollar renovation, as an opulent and fully equipped performing arts center. The Mother Lode Theatre, with its superior sight lines and acoustics, is also a favorite venue for conventions and conferences.
The Mother Lode Theatre seats 303 on its main floor, 370 in the mezzanine, 182 in the first ring (loge) of the balcony, and 347 in the remainder of the balcony for a total of 1,202 seats. Approximately 50 temporary seats can be added if necessary to the house.
The Mother Lode Theatre is a popular venue for local, regional and national touring productions as well as community events. The Mother Lode Theatre is the performing home to the Butte Symphony Association and the Butte Community Concert Association.
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