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A New Madrid: The Main Street Theater Is Getting a Face-Lift
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TitleA New Madrid: The Main Street Theater Is Getting a Face-Lift
AbstractPhotos and article about the 2001 restoration of the Madrid Theater, built in 1926 at 3810 Main Street. History of the theater, "promised to be 'the' distinctive theater of Kansas City" with a Spanish architectural design and used for storage, etc., for several decades until purchased by 31-year-old native Kansas Citian Kerry Guffin. Discussion of competition for parking lots, etc., with nearby venues of the Grand Emporium, Unicorn Theater ("Unicorn Theatre"), and Uptown Theater.
DateMarch/16/2001
SourceThe Kansas City Star
LocationMicrofiche: Newspaper Clippings--Kansas City, Missouri--Midtown
PageC1, C5
Local SubjectMadrid Theater
Architecture--Spanish
Dance Halls
Theaters
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID115442
CONTENTdm number24270
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