Villa Glen Theatre
404 N. Central Avenue,
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Architects: Alfred F. Priest
Styles: Spanish Renaissance
Previous Names: Show Shop Theatre, Arcade Theatre, Tuesday Afternoon Theatre
The Villa Glen Theatre was originally a 900-seat theatre with hard wooden seats, and dated from the silent era in 1922. Because of the similar name, this Central Avenue theatre has sometimes been confused with the Glen Theatre (originally Bard’s Glendale Theatre) on Colorado Street, on the other side of downtown Glendale. The Villa Glen Theatre closed in 1978 and was subsequently demolished.
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