The Judith Theatre opened in 1914 on Main Street and has been in use ever since. The theater features a Beaux-Arts style facade, with with tan stone and red brick. The name of the theater is inscribed under the cornice. The marquee appears to date from the 1960s and is a fairly plain triangle with the word “Judith” in blocky, stylized cursive script.
A remodeling in 2006-2007 transformed the Judith into a twin. It was the first major remodel of the Judith since 1948. The theater is currently part of the Polson Theatres chain.
Step into Lewistown history when you take in a film on one of the two screens.
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Lewistown Art Center
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