10210 Euclid Avenue,
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The Hoffman Theatre was built as a vaudeville theatre in 1920. It was located on Euclid Avenue, west of East 105th Street. It was one of five theatres in the Euclid and East 105 Street area, the others being Loew’s Park Theatre, Keith’s 105th Street Theatre, the University Theatre and the Alhambra Theatre. By 1927 it was re-named Circle Theatre after Loew’s took over.
The Circle Theatre had a balcony, and seating totalled 1,975. There was a full stage, with dressing rooms. In the late 1950s, the Circle Theatre received some notoriety for being the first Cleveland venue to host a live stage show featuring Elvis Presley.
In its final years, the theatre ran mostly movies, but also staged a live country/western show on Saturday nights.
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