Loew's Capitol Theater
1328 F Street NW,
8 people favorited this theater
The Loew’s Capitol Theater, often cited as the most beautiful and grand of all of Washington’s lost movie palaces, was built by Rapp & Rapp and opened as the Fox Theater on September 19, 1927. In August 1936 it was renamed Loew’s Capitol Theater.
It was closed in 1963, and demolished in 1964. All that remains today is its famous archway on the building’s still extant facade, which forms the entrance to the National Press Building.
Just login to your account and subscribe to this theater