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Movie Theaters >> Vaudette Theatre


Address: Broadway St
City: Mount Pleasant State: MI Zip: Phone:  
County: Isabella
Notes: Referred to as "electrical theaters" in documents.
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4/18/2021 - waterwinterwonderland.com
Following up on what Seth posted in 2005 (has it been that long??!!), there is indeed evidence of possibly 2 lost theaters in Mt. Pleasant. There was an assessment written up regarding the historical significance of the downtown area of Mt. Pleasant and these theaters are mentioned. I have posted the excerpt. This particular theater could be the old Vaudette.
6/27/2005 - Seth Landon
I want to tell you that the Morning Sun newspaper had a story in the paper last year about another theatre that was discovered just a block away from the Broadway Theatre. It was once called the Electric Theatre and It now sits as a bank now. The people found out it was a theatre when they found some classic art deco paintings under the ceilling tiles.
Vaudette Theatre - FROM NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES DOCUMENT
FROM NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES DOCUMENT

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