What Cheer Opera House
201 N. Barnes Street,
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What Cheer Opera House (Official)
Architects: J.J. Gordineer
Previous Names: Masonic Opera House, Tic-Toc Theatre
The Masonic Opera House was built in 1893 and is listed in the 1927 Film Daily Yearbook with 500 seats. It was partially destroyed by fire on November 6, 1947. It was renovated and reopened in early-summer of 1948 as the Tic-Toc Theatre. The name was later changed to the What Cheer Opera House which is listed in the 1940 Film Daily Yearbook with 500 seats. The Masonic Opera House was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973 (#73000733).
The What Cheer Opera House is used for concerts and live performances. Current seating is 383 on the main floor and 217 in the balcony.
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