109 S. Washington Street,
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Previously operated by: Commonwealth Amusement Corp.
Firms: Boller Brothers
The Lee Theatre opened on March 16, 1927 in a conversion and expansion of an existing building by architect W.W. Walther. It had 560 seats in the orchestra and 325 seats in the balcony. In 1937 it was taken over be Commonwealth Theatres. It was one of five theatres in Clinton at one time. The Lee Theatre was one of the largest theatres in the town. All five were operated by Commonwealth Theatres.
The Lee Theatre closed on November 10, 1959 with Fabian in “Hound Dog Man”. On April 10, 1965 it reopened as a Country Music venue, but that was a short lived venture, closing on June 12, 1965. It is now the home of the Square 109 Restaurant.
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