224 West Pearl Street,
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One of two small theatres (the other being the Miami Theatre) on West Pearl Street. The Grand Theatre opened in 1892 as the Cadwallader Theatre (aka Pythian Opera House), later the Union Grand Theatre, and finally the Grand Theatre. The theatre once hosted vaudeville, including such performers as varied as Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show and W.C. Fields.
The Grand Theatre showed first run films until it closed circa 1968, at which time the theatre portion of the building was demolished. The storefront of the building continued to house businesses, while the upstairs dressing roooms were turned into apartments.
In 2002, an accidental fire in one of the upstairs apartments destroyed the building.
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