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Looking Back: State Theatre’s glittering 1926 debut

ARGUS LEADER – APRIL 17, 2015

Eric Renshaw

On March 2, 1926, the State Theatre opened to the public as a vaudeville and movie house, welcoming visitors with 1,350 comfortable seats. For years, it was the premier theater in Sioux Falls, showing the more prestigious films and leaving the B-movie fare to the likes of the Egyptian and the Strand. […]

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the Sioux Falls Argus Leader

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The State Of The State Theatre

KELOLAND.COM – MARCH 5, 2015

Dan Santella

Right now, the bright lights of the State Theatre in downtown Sioux Falls are limited to its welcoming marquee sign.

After 24 years in mothballs, the State Theatre will eventually open. Really.

“It’s going to happen,” said Stacy Newcomb-Weiland, president of the State Theatre Company’s board of directors. “It’s just a matter of time and commitment from the community, really signaling that they want it and that they’re willing to help us get it done.” […]

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Keloland.com

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The State Theater :

314 S. Phillips Ave.

GREETINGSFROMSIOUXFALLS.COM – JULY 14, 2008

The picture […] looks nothing like the State Theater, but the graphic artists of the day had to be creative in getting things to press early {…]

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