314 S. Austin Street,
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Palace Theatre, Seguin (Official)
Architects: Jack M. Corgan
Firms: Spillman & Spillman
Styles: Streamline Moderne
Located right off the heart of downtown Seguin, near the park, this stylish, classic Art Deco Moderne style theatre has long been a popular attraction for theatre-goers. The Palace Theatre was opened on May 5, 1938. Seating was provided for 950. On March 24, 1946, the front of the building was badly damaged in an explosion which led to a fire inside the building. It was rebuilt to the plans of architect Jack Cogan, with the Palace Theatre reopening in January 1947.
It was closed in 2002, but the theatre was later reopened.
However, there is the new King Ranger multiplex theatre out near the H-E-B Grocery Mall shopping center, near the 123 Bypass Highway and Court Street which is competition for the Palace Theatre.
By 2010, the Palace Theatre had been twinned.
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