Cottrill Opera House
264 E. State Highway 32,
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Firms: Holmboe & Lafferty
Styles: Renaissance Revival
Previous Names: Sutton`s Opera House, Sutton Theatre
The Cottrill Opera House was built circa 1902 for vaudeville and not opera. The theatre auditorium is upstairs on the second floor. The ground floor is in retail use. In the 1920’s, the building was sold to the Sutton family and its name was changed to the Sutton Theatre. As the Sutton Theatre, movies were shown here.
A Wurlitzer theatre organ opus 1840 style "B" special was installed in February of 1928. The Cottrill Opera House was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. The building was being restored for use as a live performance theatre.
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