308 W. North Avenue,
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The Plaza was one of the early theaters of the Jones, Linick & Schaefer circuit (which included such houses as the Orpheum, Bijou Dream, Rialto and Randolph Theatres), and originally opened in 1909. The Plaza, located on North Avenue near Orleans Street, in the Lincoln Park neighbhorhood, could seat close to 1200.
During the 40s and into the 50s, the Plaza was part of the Essaness circuit. During the 50s and 60s the theater was known as the New Plaza and later, the Plaza Art. The theater remained in operation at least through the 60s before closing, showing soft-core adult films in its later years.
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