Downtown Cowtown at the Isis
2403 N. Main Street,
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Downtown Cowtown at the Isis (Official)
Styles: Art Deco
Previous Names: Isis Theatre, New Isis Theatre
Opened as the 400-seat Isis Theatre on May 21, 1914, it was designed by architect Louis B. Weinman. Located in the Historic Stockyards district in Fort Worth, it was destroyed by a fire in 1935.
It was rebuilt and enlarged to the plans of architect W. Scott Dunne. With seating for 1,000, it reopened March 27, 1936 as the New Isis Theatre with Ginger Rogers in “In Person”. It closed in 1988 and was ‘For Sale’ for many years, becoming more derelict as time passed by.
A new owner purchased the building in spring of 2018 with plans to renovate & restore the building. Plans include screening western movies and educational projects in the daytime and present live performances in the evenings. It was reopened as the Downtown Cowtown at the Isis on May 28 2021.
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