Sioux Falls State Theatre
the last jewel in the crown of historic downtown
Looking Back: State Theatre’s glittering 1926 debut
by: Eric Renshaw
For the Argus Leader
The State Of The State Theatre
by: Dan Santella
The State Theatre : 314 Phillips Ave.
by: Greetings from Sioux Falls
HELP PRESERVE A SIOUX FALLS LANDMARK
The State Theatre in Sioux Falls is the only remaining downtown cinema.
It will be done when the people decide it's time for the State theatre to be open.
The State Theatre restoration project represents another important milestone in Sioux Falls' history and development. All great cities should remember and embrace their past, particularly a City like Sioux Falls, with its rich entertainment and cultural history. The State is clearly one our important community assets further elevating our quality of life.
I grew up watching movies in a gorgeous old theater like the State Theater in Sioux Falls. I have amazing memories of that place and my experiences with family and friends there. When it was destroyed by fire, a piece of my hometown's soul was lost. We are so fortunate in Sioux Falls to have the State Theater and the true gift it is to us and to future generations.
I have yet to meet the person in Sioux Falls that's aware of the project that doesn't think its important.
The State Theatre needs donations of money, time and in-kind gifts.
Please consider a one-time, monthly or quarterly gift to bring “The Last Jewel” of DTSF back to life.
If you have questions, call the main office at (605) 335-5757.