201 State Street,
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Architects: George W. Leslie Rapp
Firms: Rapp & Rapp
Styles: Spanish Baroque
Previous Names: Oscar Mayer Theatre
The Capitol Theatre opened on 21st January 1928. It was first a Fox house, then later operated by RKO Stanley Warner.
In 1980 it became part of the Madison Civic Centre and was re-named Oscar Mayer Theatre. It has now reverted back to its original name of ‘Capitol’ and Overture Center for the Arts. Several times a year a silent movie is screened accompanied by the Barton 3 manual 14 ranks organ and the program includes a vaudeville show.
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