161 S. Main Street,
Salt Lake City,
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Architects: Hugo H. Clausen
Previous Names: Stadium Theatre, Studio Theatre
Built in 1933, just across the street from the Utah Theatre, the this originally opened as the Stadium Theatre on November 4, 1933. It was renamed the Studio Theatre on April 21, 1934 and by the early-1940’s it was operated by Paramount Pictures Inc. through their subsidiary Tracy Barham.
When operated by Intermountain Theatres a fire caused damage to the interior in June 1939, and the theatre became was somewhat austere, and once referred to by a movie critic as a ‘long isle with seats’.
From March 28, 1975 the theatre was last operated by Plitt Theatres as a discount theatre, called the Utah III (Utah I & II were in the former Utah Theatre opposite).
Eventually, the theatre was converted into a store, and continues to operate as such today.
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