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The Babcock Theater is a performing venue in Billings, Montana. It is best noted for once being the largest theater that is located between Minneapolis and Seattle.

Built in 1907, the Babcock Theater was the second venture of the sort of its original owner AL Babcock. Babcock built an earlier Billings Opera House in 1882, but it was burned down in 1906. As a replacement, the second building was constructed in a location that was once a tennis court. In 1935, the second theatre was gutted by fire, but was immediately rebuilt by a California based theater designer.

The Babcock Theater is a 750-seater venue for live performances. It is currently undergoing some restorations, but will surely be back in the game after quite some time.
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