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The Yura-Kwan theatre opened in 1921 and was renamed the Mamo Theatre in 1937 when it was remodeled. The theatre was originally a flat floored theatre but was elevated in the rear during to remodel into a stadium style. The theatre continued as a movie theatre until 1983.
The Hilo Community Players used the theatre after it closed as a movie theatre. When the theatre was remodeled the auditorium was extended into where the stage once was and a new stage house was added on. There were three Carrier Air Conditioners added at this time.
On April 16, 1995 the roof over the original stage house collasped and after a few weeks the theatre was demolished.
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