Majestic Theatre - Ann Arbor MI

Address: 347 Maynard Street
City: Ann Arbor
State: MI
Zip: 48104
County: Washtenaw
Capacity: 1909
Owner History:
Theater Type: Neighborhood House
Number of visits to this page: 8937

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From Cinema Treasures

The Majestic Theater opened in 1909 in a building that had previously been a roller rink on Maynard Street. The 1,900-plus seat theater was a live theater venue originally, but later became a vaudeville house with appearances by such stars as Buster Keaton and the Marx Brothers. Movies began to be shown as early as the mid-1910’s.

The Butterfield Theaters chain was operating the Majestic Theater for most of its life. The theater closed in 1942 and was later demolished. A parking garage is on the site of the theater today.

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Info Updates:
2/4/2006 - Unknown
The Majestic was demolished to make way for the Maynard Street parking structure near the university.
Majestic Theatre - Old Photo From Cinema Treasures
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