1122 W. 24th Street,
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Built on the site and opened in 1921 as the Fairyland Theatre. It became the Union Square Theatre by 1929. In 1935 it became a live theatre named the Louise Glaum Little Theatre. By 1938 it had been renamed Continental Theatre and by 1942 it was the Union Theatre. Closed by 1956 when it became a union hall.
It lay empty for several years, until it was purchased by, and re-opened as the Velaslavasay Panorama in June 2005.
Panorama’s were an early form of entertainment which told a tale or decriptive narration, in the years before the movies were invented.
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