The Davis Theater, originally known as the Pershing Theater, was built in 1918 and opened showing vaudeville and silent films. In the 1930s, the Pershing was converted to show talkies and was renamed the Davis Theater. Through the 1970s, the theater transitioned to showing a variety of entertainment including puppet shows, second run films, and revivals. In January of 2016, the theater was brought back to life in its current state as a historical landmark and community center for cinema and events. The Davis Theater is the longest continually operated theater in Chicago. In 2018 we were awarded the Award for Rehabilitation by Landmarks Illinois.
Up for bid is 6) Movie Tickets and (6) Small Popcorn/Soda Coupons.
4614 N Lincoln
Chicago, IL 60625
Item Special Note
Tickets are not good the first week of a new release. Small drinks/popcorns expire 4/31/2023.
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