257 Virginia Street,
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The Marlowe Theater was opened in 1915 by John Oishei as a free-standing, two-story brick structure. In 1929, the theater was taken over by Matthew Konczakowski, and in later years, it was the headquarters for his four-theater chain.
In 1941, a $70,000 remodeling was completed, which included more seating, air conditioning, and a new facade. Konczakowski died in 1959, and about a year later, the Marlowe Theater closed. After being vacant for a period, it became a church. The dilapidated building was demolished in February 2012.
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