1225 E. 47th Street,
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Architects: Roy B. Blass
Firms: Grossman & Proskauer
Styles: Streamline Moderne
Previous Names: Kenwood Theatre
The Kenwood Theatre opened in 1913, one of the early theatres in the Schoenstadt circuit, in the South Side Chicago neighborhood of the same name. It sat 885 and a Kilgen organ was added in 1926.
The Kenwood Theatre was closed in 1939, but reopened as the Ken Theatre on February 16, 1941 after being transformed by an Art Moderne remodeling from architect Roy B. Blass. It continued to operate until 1961. It was torn down soon after it closed and a parking lot is on the site today.
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