The State Theater

When the State Theater was constructed in 1919 it was one of the premiere theaters in the country. Located at 212 S. Michigan Street in the heart of Downtown South Bend, this iconic Neo-classical building was designed by celebrated architect Henry Newhouse of Chicago. Originally called The Blackstone Theater, silent movies of the era – accompanied by an orchestra as well as a classic pipe organ and vaudeville shows were performed there.


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