1118 Light Street,
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Located just south of the Inner Harbor was the Casino Theatre. It was originally named the Wizard Theater when it first opened in 1906, becoming the Brodie Theatre in 1910 and was remodeled by architect J.C. Speddon in 1912.
It was remodeled by architect A. Lowther Forrest in 1925 and a new facade in a Spanish Colonial style was added. Reopening in October 1925, it was renamed Majestic Theatre by 1927/28.
Renamed Casino Theatre from December 25, 1936, it was a popular theatre in its day with its large marquee and ornamental facade. Further renovations were carried out in 1950 and it reopened as the Beacon Theatre, closing in early-June 1957.
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