The Capitol Theatre, also known as Lowe State Theatre, is a performing arts venue in Yakima, Washington. With its location in downtown Yakima and 1,500 seating capacity, it serves as the primary performing arts facility for the Yakima region. The Theatre was designed by B. Marcus Pr B. Marcus Pritecaiteca and opened on April 5, 1920 as the Mercy Theatre, named after its owner, Frederick Mercy, Sr, who earned his wealth in the theater business. At the time of its construction, the Mercy Theatre was the largest theatre in the Pacific Northwest. The theatre originally featured vaudeville acts...
|Also Known As:||Mercy Theatre, Lowe State Theatre, Capitol Theatre, Yakima|