Masonic Theatre

508 Main Street,
Clifton Forge, VA 24422

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Masonic Theatre

The Stonewall Theatre was opened in 1905. It was later renamed Masonic Theatre and was the oldest operating theatre in Virginia until it closed in 1987. It is now operated by the town of Clifton Forge.

Lash LaRue rode his horse down the aisle; Roy Rogers had Trigger on the stage. It is a three story brick building with pilastered facade, cove ceiling lobby and unaltered performance hall with stage and balcony. Live shows are now appearing in the theatre. Restoration of the building was completed in 2009.

Contributed by Angela Paxton

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DavidZornig on December 17, 2017 at 3:21 pm

This article does not mention the original Stonewall Theatre name, and refers to a previous name as the Mason Hall and Opera House.

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