844 W. Second Street,
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Previously operated by: Central States Theatres Corp
Architects: C.W. Way
Functions: Office Space
Styles: French Renaissance
Previous Names: Brach Theatre
The Brach Theatre opened on October 2, 1916 with Orrin Johnson in “The Light at Dusk”. The architect for the Brach/Strand was C.W. Way. It was equipped with a pipe organ. Seating was listed at 700. On July 6, 1917 it was renamed Strand Theatre.
The theatre was operated by Central States Theatres when it closed on March 30, 1984. The building is now used for office space.
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