Lyric II

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Name
  • Lyric II
Information
  • Motion Picture and Sound Recording
Services
  • Theater
Facts
Founded
  • Date unknown
    Wooster,Ohio
Dissolved
  • Date unknown
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    • N. Buckeye St., Wooster, Ohio

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The Wayne Theater was sold to the Daily Record in 1958 and used as a storage area. Then Walter and Margaret Brubaker leased the site of the old Wayne Theater from the Daily Record, and after a complete remodeling of the building they opened the movie theater as the Lyric Two in 1968.

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Quick Facts

  • 1935 - The Wayne Theater was built by the Mott-Kinney Corporation, in 1935. It primarily showed action movies with features like westerns and serials. It was sold to the Daily Record in 1958 and used as a storage area. Then Walter and Margaret Brubaker leased the site of the old Wayne Theater from the Daily Record, and after a complete remodeling of the building they opened the movie theater as the Lyric Two in 1968.