1605-11 W. Division Street,
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Styles: Art Nouveau
This nearly 1,460-seat theater was opened August 29, 1909, in the Wicker Park neighborhood, on Noble Square. Its auditorium contained a stage, balcony and the theatre designed Art Nouveau style.
Originally a vaudeville house, the Crown Theatre was initially operated by Carruthers & Rickson. On August 19, 1919 it was taken over by the Ascher Brothers circuit. Later, by the time it was acquired by Essaness, it switched over to movies.
The Crown Theatre was closed in 1960, and was demolished in 1963.
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