122 E. Michigan Avenue,
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Opened as the People’s Theatre in 1900. It only lasted a few weeks before the owners departed from the building. It was taken over by new owners and renamed Colonial Theatre. Slight alterations were made in 1909. It became the Lansing Theatre from October 29, 1930 following a remodel by architectural firm Bowd-Munson Company.
It became the Esquire Theatre from January 8, 1954. It was operated by Butterfield Theatres as a sub-run house and closed September 25, 1960 with Frank Sinatra in “Ocean’s 11”. It was demolished in 1961.
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