Grand Opera House
19 Central Square,
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Located on the Southwest corner of Central Square. The Grand Opera House was Youngstowns' first true theater opened in 1872. Between 1872 and 1907 it served as a live theater, but in 1907, in partnership with partners, Sam Warner added movies to the bill. Until it closed in around May 1918, it vied with the Park Theatre.
In its lifetime a number of local men who would go on to become involved with Warner Brothers got their start at the Grand Opera House.
The Grand Opera House was built by P. Ross Berry. It was demolished in the 1920’s.
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