2105 Pennsylvania Avenue,
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The Circle’s Art Deco stylings were a bit tattered by the time it became a repertory house in the 70s and 80s showing double features with a matinee of only $1 (full price was $2).
Many homeless people found comfort in the not-so-comfortable chairs.
The screen was small, the house lights were dark, the deco trimmings were crumbling, but it was a popular haunt for older films.
The theater was adjacent to “The Inner Circle” which ran first and second run movies.
Both theaters were demolished in the early 1980s to make way for a parking garage.
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