2834 Alabama Avenue SE,
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Previously operated by: K-B Theatres
Architects: John J. Zink
Styles: Streamline Moderne
The Naylor Theatre opened on November 1, 1945 with John Garfield in “Pride of the Marines” and “The Palestine Problem”. It was operated by K-B Theatres, and is located in the Anacostia section of the District of Columbia. Designed by architect John J. Zink, the theatre featured a large community room above the foyer, which was available for community use with no fees being charged. There was also a 24-seat nursery and a 33-seat congressional room for private parties to view the film. Both these rooms were located on each side of the projection booth and had plate-glass fronts. There were 955 seats on the main orchestra level.
The theater had ran successfully until 1970, when it was closed. It is now used for retail.
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