110 East 3rd Street,
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The Lyric Theatre opened June 14, 1913 seating 423. It was remodelled in 1934 to the plans of architect W. Scott Dunne, reopening on December 5, 1934. It had a small balcony. The theatre has been closed since 1952. It is now occupied by a bail bond office. The old vertical has been stripped of the neon and painted black with Bail Bonds painted in yellow letters.
The old marquee is still over the entrance. The front has the original color on the upper portion of the building but the lower portion has been converted to an office like entrance with windows and a single set of doors. The lower portion of the building has been painted a lime green. The auditorium is still intact.
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