Irving Place Theatre
118 E. 15th Street,
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Styles: Spanish Moorish
Previous Names: Amberg's German Theatre, Amberg's Theatre
Built on the site of an earlier Irving Hall(1860), Amberg’s German Theatre was designed by Theodore C. Stein and Emery Roth (the latter was to become one of Manhattan’s greatest apartment house and hotel designers). It was showing movies in 1916 and again from 1930 to 1952.
From a 1948 ad this appears to be an art cinema. The features were “To Live In Peace” and “La Boheme”. It is listed in a block advertisement with a theatre called the New Hopkinson Theatre in Brooklyn.
It was demolished in 1984.
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