Claremont Opera House
Broad Street (Route 11) at Tremont Square,
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Functions: Performing Arts
Styles: Italian Renaissance
The Opera House is located in the Claremont City Hall Building. Dedication of the building occurred on June 22, 1897. The cost was $62,000. The style of the building is Italian Renaissance Revival. The architect was Charles A. Rich. For the next 32 years, it was host to stage, vaudville and films. Eventually it closed in 1963.
The the Opera House was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973 and funds were raised to hire an architect by 1975.
Grand re-opening held on May 26, 1979. Today it is host to a variety of performing arts.
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