320 S. Main Street,
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The 2,100-seat Hippodrome Theatre, once known as the Adolphus Theatre, was the largest of the theatres on Main Street in the downtown area of Los Angeles. It originally opened as the Panorama Theatre which was converted by Adolph Ramash into the Adolphus Theatre, to the plans of architectural firm Mayberry & Parker. In 1913 a 700-seat balcony was added, with plans proved by architect Otto Janssen.
After closing, the auditorium was demolished and the space used for parking. The front of the building remained for many years, housing a gymnasium. It, too, has been demolished.
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