9225 S. Commercial Avenue,
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This theater was opened in 1908, by Peter Lopina, as Pete’s Theatre and closed in 1910. Five years later, it reopened as the South Chicago Theatre, but closed again after two years. In 1923, the theater reopened as the International. In 1936, it was renamed the Joy Theatre. The theater closed for good in 1947, having last been part of the H & E Balaban chain.
The theater was located in the South Chicago neighborhood on Commercial Avenue between 92nd Street and South Chicago Avenue.
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