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The Hartman Theater was located in downtown Columbus, Ohio, a block from the State Capitol. It opened November 13, 1911 with the stage musical comedy “The Pink Lady” presented by Klaw & Erlanger. The Hartman Theater was opened initially as a place where Columbus citizens could go to see live performances of the finest plays and other artistic works. Seating was provided for 1,735, with 639 in the orchestra, 596 in the balcony and 500 on long wooden benches in the gallery.
Since, its early years, the Hartman Theater also showed films, including many of the roadshow epics from the silent era.
The Hartman Theater closed in 1969 and was demolished for a parking lot in August 1971.
Source: The Columbus Dispatch
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