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The Wilma Theatre is a historic building in Missoula, Montana. It is a performance and entertainment complex located at the downtown area of the city that dates back to the early 1900s.

Built in 1921, the Wilma Theatre is a part of an eight-story structure. Aside from the 1066-seater theatre hall, it is also home to two 125-seater cinemas, three banquet rooms, apartments, offices, and a restaurant. The site was named after the famous light opera star, Edna Wilma, wife of the building?s initial owner, William ?Billy? Simons. He was a producer and entrepreneurs who owned several theatres in Idaho, Alaska, and Oregon.

The historic Wilma Theatre now shows various kinds of shows, from independent movies to live events. They also stage several major acts annually.
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