313 W. Flagler Street,
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Architects: Albert Anis
Previous Names: Flagler Street Theater, Teatro Radio Centro Music Hall
Located on W. Flager Street at N.W. Third Avenue. Paramount Enterprises Inc. opened the Flagler Theater on October 28, 1926 with Eddie Cantor in “Kid Boots”. Seating was provided for 1,100 and it was equipped with a Wurlitzer theatre organ. By 1950 it was operated by Bailey Theaters chain as an African-American theatre. One of the earliest Spanish-language houses in Miami, the Flagler Theater often ran live shows with well known acts from Latin America and Spain. It was renamed Teatro Radio Centro Music Hall in late-April 1963.
This theatre was a casualty of the 1-95 expressway.
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