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Virginian Theatre

611 58th St
Kenosha WI

Closed
Record #49938  
 Opened: 1870
 Closed: Yes (date unknown)
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 Also Known As: Bijou, Princess

Originally a second floor hall, the building was reconfigured around 1905 and the first floor became the Bijou Theatre. Around 1913 the Bijou closed and reopened as the Princess and was renamed the Virginian in 1915. The theater closed around 1922 when the Orpheum opened.



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Last featured 2/29/2020. Last edited 2/29/2020.


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