Cayuga Theatre

4371 Germantown Avenue,
Philadelphia, PA 19140

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CAYUGA THEATER 4731 Germantown Avenue 1915-1955

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The Cayuga Theatre opened in 1915. It was the first theatre to be designed by architect David Supowitz.

The Cayuga Theatre was closed in 1955.

Contributed by Ken Roe

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Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on June 21, 2012 at 8:58 am

A section about the Cayuga Theatre on this web page gives the theater’s opening year as 1911. It also says the house was renamed the Aardvark Theatre in the early 1950s. After closing in 1955, the building as a church for some time, and was eventually demolished to make way for expansion of the Roosevelt Expressway.

The Cayuga Theatre was at the corner of Germantown Avenue and Cayuga Street, which is the 4300 block- probably 4371 Germantown Avenue.

TheALAN
TheALAN on January 14, 2014 at 12:17 am

4731 Germantown Avenue is LOUDOUN PARK at Germantown Avenue and W. Apsley Street. It is definitely not the where the Cayuga/Aardvark Theatre was. The Cayuga/Aardvark Theatre was located on the corner of Germantown Avenue and W. Cayuga Street, now NICETOWN PARK (former site of the theatre). Joe sounds correct with 4371 Germantown Avenue! It appears that the middle numbers were reversed.

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