Ritz Civic Center
306 W. Main Street,
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Originally opened in the early-1900’s as an opera house, the Ritz Theatre was damaged by a fire in 1931, and was rebuilt to the plans of architect Uzzell S. Branson. It gained its current late-Streamline Moderne style in 1951, again designed by architect Uzzell S. Branson.
In the early-1990’s, the Ritz Theatre was restored to its 1951 appearance, and today functions as a venue for live entertainment, as well as movies. The Ritz Theatre, now the Ritz Civic Center, is also home to the Arts Council with displays in the theatre’s lobby area.
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