122 W. North Street,
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Opened as the Ohio Theatre on 17th November 1927 with “Tea For Three” starring Lew Cody and Aileen Pringle and vaudeville on stage. The architect Peter M. Hulsken teamed up with fellow architect Lyman T. Strong to design the theatre which was built in just over five months.
Originally operated by the Schine Circuit, it was later taken over by Warner Bros. Circuit Management Corp. by 1941. Later operated by RKO-Stanley Warner which closed it in the fall of 1978 and put it up for sale. It became a restaurant, and by 2020 it was operating as a nightclub.
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