Milwaukee, WI: Riverside Theatre

Country: United States of America
State: Wisconsin
City: Milwaukee
Location: 16 W Wisconsin Avenue

Theatre and cinema, built by Charles Kirchoff and Thomas Rose. Opened 29 Apr 1928. 1984 major renovations. 2450 seats.

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Milwaukee, WI: Riverside Theatre Front Text: sign: "Riverside", marquee: advertising the 1956 film "The Proud and Profane"
Reverse Text: "Wisconsin Ave., looking West. Milwaukee, Wisconsin"
Publisher: L. L. Cook Co., Milwaukee; 114Z
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Not sent.

Milwaukee, WI: Riverside Theatre Front Text: "The Riverside theatre"
Reverse Text: "The Riverside Theater. Designed by architects Kirchhoff and Rose, Milwaukee's Riverside theater opened in 1928 under the management of the RKO vaudeville circuit. The theater was completely refurbished in 1984 and the French styled auditorium boasts 2,500 seats, five chandeliers, and the original Wurlitzer pipe organ. The Riverside currently presents touring Broadway shows as well as a variety of contemporarymusical and comedy attraction."
Publisher: Larry Widen Photography, Milwaukee
Size: Modern
Sent: to New York NY, 1994

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