429 L'Enfant Plaza SW,
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The L'Enfant Theatre opened November 14, 1968 (Benjamin Schlanger was the supervising architect) and closed in December 1969. It was leased by the American Film Institute from September 1970 for a short while. It then became a live theatre, known as the American Theatre which opened in May 1973. That closed in 1974 and it became a home for African-American play, a venture which also failed. It then reverted back to movies, screening Chinese and Japanese films and operated until 1988.
It is now the NTSB Conference Center.
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