215 Hay Street,
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The Strand Theatre operated at this site from 1916 when it was converted from a former dime store. It was renamed Broadway Theatre in 1924. It was closed on November 30, 1949.
It was demolished and a new Broadway Theatre was built to the design of architect Erle G. Stillwell. It was built for North Carolina Theatres Inc., and opened in 1950.
Seating in the rear of the balcony was reserved for African-American patrons, who had their own separate entrance and facilities.
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