Astor Theatre

Overview

Originally erected as a primitive Methodist Chapel in 1856, the building later housed a school, and was converted to the Aster Theatre in 1921. The theatre suffered significant storm damage in 1929 and was restored to continue on as the Astor Theatre, where it provided entertainment, from silent movies to cinemascope until 1964 when it fell victim to declining audiences.


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