Kenosha Theatre

The Kenosha is one of the 22 theaters in my new book “After the Final Curtain: The Fall of the American Movie Theater.” Find out more here.

Balcony level of the Kenosha Theatre
View of the Kenosha Theatre from the balcony.

The Kenosha Theatre opened on September 1st, 1927. It was designed by Larry P. Larson, an architect known for mid-western theaters and financed by United Studios of Chicago.  The project was commissioned by Carl Laemmle, a Wisconsin native and one of the founders of Universal Studios. Continue reading “Kenosha Theatre”