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The State Theatre has been a fixture in downtown Kalamazoo since 1927. The original founder of the theatre was Colonel William Butterfield. John Eberson was the renowned architect who designed the theatre. In line with theatre design conventions of...more
Although we loved the actual event, I would never go to another event at this theater which is not ADA accessible. If there is more than 9 inches from your knee to your thigh, you will not be comfortable in any balcony seat in this...More
This theater transported me back in time to a great place in history. The decor was amazing. We sat in the balcony and had a great view. It doesn't seem there would be a bad seat in the house. It's cool that there is a...More
Enjoyed a delightful Christmas Concert. Might have been a sold-out event.
After the event the place was an uncontrolled mass of people with venue staff totally unable to provide a reasonable and safe plan to exit the place.
The act was making themselves available for...More
I remember being dropped off by my mom on a Saturday morning with a couple of buddies as we were heading to the movies on a Saturday. I saw Poesidon Adventure 22 times from a balcony seat at this theater back in 1972! Downtown Kalamazoo...More