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The Delancy Street People’s Theatre was opened by the mid-1800’s. It was renamed Hoym’s Theatre in 1858. From 1865 to 1875 it operated as Tony Pastor’s Theatre. Alterations were made to the plans of architect William Graul in 1883 and it reopened as the People’s Theatre on September 3, 1883. Seating was provided for 1,454.
Further alterations were made in 1908 to the plans of architect Louis Maurer and again in September 1916 when architect R. Thomas Short made alterations. It became a Yiddish theatre in the 1920’s.
By 1930 it was a movie theatre and was still operating in 1941. It was demolished in 1945.
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