40 W. Broad Street,
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Previously operated by: Shubert Brothers Theater Company
The Colonial Theater was a silent-era theatre that opened on January 11, 1909 with the play “If I Were King”. It was designed by Toledo based architect Arland W. Johnson. Over the years it presented drama, comedy, concerts, opera and movies. The Colonial Theater was closed on September 6, 1924 and demolition began the next week. On the site was built the Keith-Albee Palace Theatre & American Insurance Union Citadel.
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