220 N. Washington Street,
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Opened on January 27, 1936 with Dick Powell in “Thanks a Million”, the State Theatre was a popular movie house until closing in November 1988.
The theater reopened after going dark for almost ten years and was given a multi-million dollar restoration in the late-1990’s. Although the seating configuration has changed to accomodate live events and private functions, the State’s balcony has retained its original look and its original 200 seats. Minutes away from DC, the State has become a local hot spot again.
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