This historic landmark is one of the cornerstones of downtown Moberly. Built in 1939, its Art Deco architecture and charm lend a unique main venue for our festival. With multiple levels, a primary and secondary viewing stage, and multiple concession areas, this makes a perfect venue for our first Phobia Film Festival.
The 4th Street Theatre opened in 1914 as a vaudeville & movie venue serving the booming Magic City of Moberly. Designed by architect Ludwig Abt, the Theatre was operated by the O'Keefe Brothers until 1963 when B&B Movie Company purchased the space. In 1997, the Bills family donated the Theatre to the Randolph County Historical Society when their new theater was built on Highway 63. This landmark will host screenings of A Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the 13th.
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101 College Ave, Moberly, Missouri 65270, United States
08:00 am – 10:00 pm