Dixie Center for the Arts
206 N. Vienna Street,
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Functions: Performing Arts
Previous Names: New Astor Theater, Rialto Theater, Dixie Theater
The New Astor Theater was built in 1928 as a vaudeville/movie theater. Later renmed Rialto Theater, followed by Dixie theatre. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1993.
Now known as the Dixie Center for the Arts. Some of the uses for this theater are, theater performances, symphony performances, artistic demonstrations and various dance and musical classes. There will also be space available for artists to have classes and lectures.
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