416 W. Reed Street,
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Opened December 14, 1903 as the Halloran Theatre seating 826. In 1913, it was renamed Grand Theatre. It was designed by the Boller Brothers. It seated 302 in the balcony and 524 on the main floor. It was remodeled in 1952 and a lot of the artwork was covered over or painted over. It had Corinthian columns down both sides of the auditorium walls, a large arched proscenium around the stage with red velvet draperies covering the stage. The seats were a plush red velvet that matched the stage curtains.
The theatre closed in 1960 and was converted to a J.C. Penny store. The store is still open today.
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