355 Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard,
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The Douglass Theater is listed as opening in 1921. It is named after its owner Charles Douglass who was an African-American businesman. It was opened for African-Americans so they could see vaudeville and movies during the days of racial segregation.
The Douglass Theater closed in 1972. In 1996 there was a $2.3 million renovation of the theater and on January 11, 1997 the Douglass Theater re-opened. Today, this theater welcomes all races and cultures with live events, movies and live performances.
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