Blue Mouse Theatre
2611 N. Proctor Street,
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Blue Mouse Theatre (Official)
Previous Names: Blue Mouse Junior Theatre, Proctor Theatre, Bijou Theatre
News About This Theater
- Nov 25, 2012 — Blue Mouse Theater launches public appeal to fund acquisition of digital projection
- Nov 9, 2009 — Blue Mouse Theatre 1923 opening night re-creation with Dennis James
- Nov 14, 2008 — Blue Mouse celebrates 85 years
The 420-seat Blue Mouse Theatre was opened November 13, 1923 with George Arliss in “The Green Goddess”. It is the oldest continuously operating theatre in the state of Washington. It was renamed Proctor Theatre in 1932. On December 5, 1978 it became the Bijou Theatre, screening classic movies. On February 4, 1994 it became the Blue Mouse Theatre again.
Basic craftsman style. Small enough to be fairly intimate, but not tiny. It is exactly what a neighborhood theatre should be. Its in a great neighborhood, you walk up, buy a very reasonably priced ticket, visit the concession stand and see a movie. Nothing real spectacular, but a great place to see a movie.
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