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Built in 1929 to vaudeville house plans with full stage, flyspace, dressing rooms beneath stage, twin organ lofts (organ never installed), and orchestra pit, the Soo is the only remaining vintage house in the eastern end of Upper Michigan and the only venue in the area that offers the flyspace needed for full scenic productions. [Cinema Treasures]
As of 2021, the Downtown Development Authority has pledged 650k toward a complete facelift of the theatre.