Capitol Hill Theatre
645 Pennsylvania Avenue SE,
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This theatre opened as the Avenue Grand Theatre in 1910, on Pennsylvania Avenue, near Seward Square and not far from Capitol Hill. It was designed by architect William C. Allard in elegant Georgian Revival style. Remodeled in March 1916 by architect Appleton P. Clark when the theatre was taken over by Harry Crandall. By 1941 it was operated by Warner Bros. Circuit Management Corp.
In 1956 it was renamed the Capitol Hill Theatre, it remained in operation until 1970, when a fire broke out in the theatre and it was gutted. It was demolished and an office building sits on the site today.
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