Rose Theater

102 E. Jefferson Avenue,
Bastrop, LA 71220

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Architects: R.L. Simmons

Functions: Live Performances

Styles: Tudor Revival

Phone Numbers: Box Office: 318.283.0120

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Rose Theater ... Bastrop Louisiana

The Rose Theater was opened on April 5, 1927 presenting vaudeville and silent pictures. As a movie theater, the Rose Theater closed in the 1970’s. The theater was reopened in 1985 as a community theater and today it is home to the Cotton Country Players.

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CSWalczak on January 12, 2010 at 7:22 pm

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DavidZornig on March 9, 2022 at 6:50 pm

Additional history credit Jerry Raymond.

“The Rose Theater (named after the wife of C J Goodwin the builder) is a Arts & Crafts style venue that opened on the square in Bastrop, Louisiana on April 5, 1927 intended to accommodate traveling vaudeville shows and feature current SILENT films according to this picture from the Morehouse (parish) Enterprise ! It closed in the 70’s and was REBORN in a community restoration project in 1985 and placed on the National Register of Historical Places on September 8, 1987.”

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