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2011 – The Bijou reopens under its original name, over 100 years after its construction, as one of the oldest operating movie houses in the country. Its revival is a major part of the envisioned Bijou Square renaissance. True to its Vaudevillian roots, the reborn Bijou hosts a myriad of artists as a multi–functional venue under the leadership of Executive Producer, Christine Brown. Becoming a symposium for film, theatre, art, comedy and music.

2013 – The Bijou begins producing their own Live Theatre seasons, under Artistic Director, Maggie Pangrazio, focusing on bold, provocative and important theatrical productions to complement the city’s thriving musical theatre scene. The productions earn 30 OnStage Critics Award nominations during its first two seasons.

2016 – The Bijou appoint a new Artistic Director, Tony Stimac. The Bijou Actors Guild is established to stage future Live Theatre seasons under his leadership. John R Smith, Jnr and Tanya Feduik-Smith are named Guild Producers to continue The Bijou tradition of presenting thought provoking and entertaining productions that address all the challenges of the human condition.