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Rivoli Theater (Indianapolis, Indiana)

Rivoli Theater
Front of the theater
Rivoli Theater (Indianapolis, Indiana)
Location 3155 E. 10th St., Indianapolis, Indiana
Coordinates

39°46′52″N 86°6′41″W / 39.78111°N 86.11139°W / 39.78111; -86.11139Coordinates: 39°46′52″N 86°6′41″W / 39.78111°N 86.11139°W / 39.78111; -86.11139

Area less than one acre
Built 1927
Architect Henry Ziegler Dietz; D.R. Lederman
Architectural style Mission/Spanish Revival
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 04000630[1]
Added to NRHP June 22, 2004

The Rivoli Theater is a historic theater on the eastern side of Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. The theater was built in 1927 and was designed by architect Henry Ziegler Dietz.[2] Originally designed and built as a single screen movie theater by Universal Pictures, it was sold in 1937 and continued to provide motion pictures and live entertainment up until its final closure in 1992. Since this time the venue has remained largely vacant. However, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2004.[1]

References

In 2007 the Rivoli Theater was acquired by the Rivoli Center for the Performing Arts, Inc., with the intent to restore and reopen the theater.

External links

  • Rivoli Theatre
  • Prairie Ghosts
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