422-32 Union Street,
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The Central Square Theatre was located in Central Square at the very end of the downtown area (Union Street ended at Central Square) under the railway tracks. It opened December 29, 1910, and was renamed Capitol Theatre in 1920.
While the Paramount Theatre and Warner Theatre in town were grand and more upscale, the Capitol Theatre was on the ‘sleazy’ side under the tracks. The Capitol Theatre was the smallest and least esthetically pleasing to look at of the three theatres. The Capitol Theatre was still open in the 1960’s. The building was destroyed by fire in 1976.
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