15 W. Walworth Street,
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Lakeland Players at the Sprague (Official)
Firms: Dick & Bauer Inc.
Styles: Art Deco
Previous Names: Elkhorn Cinema
A compact little theatre sitting on the town square. It opened in May 1928 with 1,300-seats, first as a silent film house, then movie theatre through the 1970’s. From 1975 until it closed as a movie theatre in 1987 it was named Elkhorn Cinema. It always had a stage for community events, and now is home to a local community theatre group.
The theatre has been privately owned by Lakeland Players Ltd. Community Theatre, and has been used as their home and stage for live productions since 1990. Classic movies are screened during summer months.
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