East Central Street,
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Previously operated by: M & P Theaters
Architects: John Edmond Kelley
Styles: Colonial Revival
The Colonial Theater on East Central Street in downtown Natick, was built by Fred Harris and opening in December 1929. (He was also the builder of the Natick Theatre, which was located on Washington Street.) He died before the building was finished. Harris wife picked up the reigns and ran the theater “with an iron hand” said first candy girl Ann Muroney Moynihan.
The lobby had a Colonial style look, with a fireplace and mirrors. Over the fireplace, was an enormous mantle. The theater closed in the 1950’s and was torn down in 1987.
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