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The Mother Lode Theatre is a historic building in Butte, Montana. It is freshly restored and renovated and now serves as Butte?s showplace and performance venue.

Built in 1923 as the Temple Theatre by the Masonic Bodies, the Mother Lode Theatre used to serve the Freemasons as the venue for their ceremonial services. It houses two other ceremonial halls and several business offices. It was later converted to a movie house and renamed the Fox Theatre.
In 1996, the Mother Lode Theatre was transformed once again to a live performance venue. It was also renamed as such to better reflect the area?s mining heritage. It is currently home to several performing groups like the Butte Symphony, Montana Repertory Theatre, Community Concert Association, the Montana Chorale, San Diego Ballet Company, and the Western States Opera Company just to name a few. It is also home to the 106-seater children?s theatre known as the Orphan Girl Theatre.
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