Greenwich Village Theatre
220 W. 4th Street,
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This playhouse which opened on November 15, 1917 on Sheridan Square where Christopher Street, W. 4th Street, and 7th Avenue meet, was designed by Herman Lee Meader in a Dutch Colonial style. Actor Frank Conroy, who was integral in its development, ran the theatre at opening.
By 1921 The Greenwich started showing films between play engagements and by 1928 was hosting more films than live shows. In 1930 it was demolished for an apartment complex that itself has since been replaced.
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