3227 Troost Avenue,
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The Apollo Theatre opened in 1910. Dark terra cotta front facade with a U shaped marquee. Ornamental work around the exterior poster cases and the box office. The box office was centered and entrances on each side of the box office.
The Apollo had a nice sized lobby with a good sized concession area which I am sure was expanded in later years. The theatre had a small balcony. There was decorative plaster work on the proscenium around the stage. The Apollo was one of many theatres that were designed by the Boller Brothers in the Kansas City area. The theatre closed in 1956 and was turned into a night club in 1959.
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