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Caine Lyric Theatre

Caine Lyric Theatre

The Thatcher family built and opened the Lyric Theatre following the Thatcher Opera House fire in 1913. The opera house was located on the second floor of the bank building on the corner of Center Street and Main Street a few doors to the east; it burned on the same day as the sinking of the Titanic. Newly restored and expanded in the summer of 2000, “The Crown Jewel of Center Street,” opened to the public with a performance of Peg O’ My Heart, and was renamed the Caine Lyric Theatre. The restoration and expansion included a new lobby, reception area, restrooms, storage space, green room, dressing rooms and gallery. The theatre celebrates a history of over 150 productions and over 1200 performances since the original opening of the theatre.

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