Fabian's Grand Theatre

11 Clinton Avenue,
Albany, NY 12207

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Fabian's Grand Theatre

Located on Clinton Avenue, directly across from the still-standing Palace Theatre, the Grand Theatre was built by H.R. Jacobs but was taken over and opened by F.F. Proctor on May 1, 1913 with the operetta “The Rose Maid” It became a vaudeville house. F.F. Proctor sold his chain, and it became Fabian’s Grand Theatre until it closed in February 1956. It has been demolished, and an office tower now stands on the site.

Contributed by Joe Masher

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Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on October 17, 2013 at 8:42 pm

A glimpse of Proctor’s Grand Theatre in Albany can be seen at far right in this photo.

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