Croswell Opera House
129 E. Maumee Street,
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Croswell Opera House (Official)
Previously operated by: Butterfield Theaters
Previous Names: Adrian Union Hall, Croswell Theatre
News About This Theater
- Aug 22, 2011 — Croswell Opera House celebrates 43 summers
The Croswell Opera House was opened in 1866 and was designed by architect Horatio Nelson White. It was converted into a 1,386-seat movie theatre from 1921 to the plans of architect John C. Brompton and in 1925 was equipped with a Kimball 2 manual theatre pipe organ. By 1941 the Croswell Theatre was operated by Butterfield Michigan Theaters Co. Movies continued until 1967. It returned to live performances in 1968. The Croswell Opera House was added to the National Register of Historic Places on April 18, 1985.
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