2848 Belgrade Street,
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Architects: David Supowitz
Styles: Streamline Moderne
The Belgrade Theatre is located on Belgrade Street at the corner of E. Auburn Street. It originally opened in 1913, with seating for around 500. In 1920, the theatre was remodeled, and in 1937, the Belgrade Theatre received another facelift, this time in the Art Moderne style, by architect David Supowitz. The theatre remained in operation until November 11, 1965 when it closed with Peter Sellers in “What’s New Pussycat” & Stephen Boyd in “Genghis Khan”. The building housed a furniture repair store for many years but by August 2019 it was boarded up and unused.
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