50 E. 14th Street,
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Built in 1870 as a variety theater called the Union Square Theatre. In 1893 Keith and Albee purchased the theatre for use as a vaudeville theatre. By the early-1900’s it was operated by Keith & Proctor’s until the partnership was dissolved in 1911. It became a movie house in 1908, known as the Bijou Dream Theatre
In 1921 the name was changed to the Acme Theatre. The Acme Theatre closed in 1936 following a period of years screening Russian films.
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