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The Tivoli Theatre in Michigan City is shown in 1937 on the east side of Franklin Street between 5th and 6th streets. It was built in 1922 on the site of the Grand Opera House, which burned down in 1921. It cost over $300,000 to build, sat 1,300 people, and had a full performance stage, orchestra pit and balcony. It closed in 1972 and razed to make way for a new bank.

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