Smyrna Opera House
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Built in 1907, the obituary for the venue’s former pianist, Margaret Reese, confirms that silent movies were shown here in the 1920’s. The Smyrna Opera House, which also functioned as a Town Hall, was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2008. The building still stands but does not appear to be in use either as a town hall or a performance venue. Newspaper articles indicate it was still functioning as an “opera house” (though it appears to be primarily have been used for meetings) as late as 1941.
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