Tivoli Theater

645 S. Main Street,
Akron, OH 44311

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Previous Names: New Winter Theater, Winter Theater, Standard Theater

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Tivoli Theater

The New Winter Theater opened on March 7, 1912. It was soon renamed Winter Theatre. On May 24, 1924 it was renamed Standard Theatre. On March 24, 1928 it was renamed New Winter Theater again. On August 8, 1931 it was renamed Tivoli Theater. It was closed on June 3, 1954. The Dorothy O. Jackson Terrace is now on the site.

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dallasmovietheaters on January 22, 2023 at 8:00 am

A.C. Winter launched the New Winter Theatre on March 7, 1912. He would go on to run the Bank Theatre and took over the Norka Theatre in 1913. The “New” was dropped and the Winter Theatre continued into 1924. The theatre then got new operators and continued under the Standard Theater moniker beginning on May 24, 1924 with vaudeville and movies.

The venue was wired for sound after being vacant for a period on March 24, 1928 relaunching again as the New Winter Theatre. On August 8, 1931, it was reopened under new operator Jack Flamm as the Tivoli Theatre. That had a great run closing on June 3, 1954 with a triple feature of westerns. Flann would take on the Norka Theatre in December of 1954.

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