201 Front Street,
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Firms: Matzinger & Grosel
Styles: Streamline Moderne
The 1,600-seat Berea Theatre was built in 1949 and opened on November 23, 1949 with Yvonne DeCarlo in “The Gal Who Took the West”. It was closed in the early-1990’s. Originally an independent, and later run by Loews and Cleveland Cinemas before closing for good. Theatre was triplexed on December 20, 1978. The marquee looked similar to the former Madison Theatre on Madison Avenue in Cleveland. Later, the theatre was demolished and the University Hospital’s Berea Medical Center was built on the site.
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