Temple Theatre (Saginaw, Michigan)

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The Temple Theatre is a historic theater built by the Elf Khurafeh Shriners and opened in 1927 in Saginaw, Michigan. The theater was restored in late 2002 by Shaheen Development, and reopened under new owners to host events in the Saginaw area.[1]


The Temple Theatre has hosted a variety of entertainers. In 2006, Jim Brickman, Three Men and a Tenor, and George Carlin graced the stage of the historic Temple Theatre.

The Temple Theatre also shows a number of films on the big screen. The Muppet Christmas Carol, Miracle on 34th Street, and Peter Jackson's King Kong were shown in late 2006.


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Coordinates: 43°26′05″N 83°56′20″W / 43.4347°N 83.939°W / 43.4347; -83.939