141 Main Street,
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The theatre was opened in 1908 as part of Andrew Hathaway’s circuit of vaudeville theaters. It presented Keith-Proctor vaudeville, plus short movies on screen. It was a very beautiful theater with striking stained-glass panels and windows in the lobby.
Vaudeville was discontinued after only two years (I suspect that Keith vaudeville went elsewhere because of the Hathaway’s small seating capacity.) It began presenting touring stock companies, with films during the off-season. Its own resident stock company, the Hathaway Players, began appearing in 1916, with movies in the off-season. The theater closed on May 31, 1919, and was converted to retail.
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