46 State Circle,
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This 1,800 seat movie theatre opened as the Circle Playhouse in 1920, later dropping the ‘Playhouse’ part and being just the Circle Theatre. The architect was Henry P. Hopkins. Seating was provided in orchestra and balcony levels and by 1950 it had been reduced to 824 seats.
It was closed in 1979 and stood empty for many years until it was used as a live venue known as the Annapolis Theatre of Magic. That venture eventually closed and the lobby space later housed a coffee house which has since closed.
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