|Address:||801 Sargent Avenue|
|Architects:||Max Zev Blankstein|
The theatre is one of many designed by Max Blankstein for Jacob Miles of Allied Amusements. The theatre was named after the daughter of Nathan Rothstein, the manager of the Rose Theatre.
The theatre had an identical twin in the Plaza Theatre, also owned by Allied Theatres. The Plaza was opened November 23, 1926, while the Rose opened December 9, 1926. The theatre cost $50,000 to build.
Many of the theatre's first employees lived within walking distance.
As of 1931, the storefronts featured Scotty's Barber Shop, and a sign the simply said, "Ladies! Free Silverware".