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  Penn Theater
Located in the heart of downtown Plymouth, the historic Penn Theatre seats 405 and offers a unique single-screen cinema experience featuring current second run movies, independent films, classic film festivals, school field trips, occasional live musical performances and facility rentals for community groups and corporate events (dates subject to availability). The Penn Theater is managed by the Friends of the Penn, a federally recognized non-profit organization.
The Woodward Theatre Company purchased a parcel of land in downtown Plymouth in 1926 from George H. Wilcox with the intention of building a first class movie palace. It would be thirteen years before Harry Lush, employee at the Penniman & Allen Theatre, would purchase the property from the Woodward Theatre Company and begin plans on a theatre of his own. The name of the theatre, which was situated across from Kellogg Park, was changed twice before the building was complete and finally crowned in green neon with the name “PENN”.
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Contact Details :
Contact_name Penn Theater State Michigan
Company_name Penn Theater Sountry
Email info@friendsofthepenn.org URL http://www.penntheatre.com
Address 760 Penniman Avenue Phone1 734-453-0870
City Plymouth Phone2
Zip 48170 Fax

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