117 E. Washington Street,
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Previously operated by: Balaban & Katz Corp.
Architects: Aaron T. Simmons
Previous Names: New Majestic Theatre
The New Majestic Theatre was opened on April 18, 1910 with vaudeville and the ‘Majestiscope’ as part of the program. It was designed by an architect named Cooney. It was equipped with a Barton pipe organ. It was remodeled in 1920 to the plans of architect Aaron T. Simmons. The science fiction writer Wilson Tucker worked at the the Majestic Theatre as a projectionist and electrician. It was demolished in April 1956.
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