Historic Oroville State Theatre

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In 1928 the Oroville State Theatre designed by architect Timothy Pflueger opened its doors. It had the misfortune of opening during one of the most unstable economic periods of the U.S., but it managed to ride out those waves of turbulence. It is a venue for live performances, graduations, recitals, and other arts, and it houses a mighty Wurlitzer organ - all to entertain a crowd of up to 600 people. This hall has seen everything from pre-school ballets to high school reunions. Other nearby attractions include the Oroville Chinese Temple, Hollow Falls, and the Bath House Museum. (Submitted by Scott Allen)