16926 Harper Avenue,
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Previously operated by: United Detroit Theaters
Architects: Percival Raymond Pereira
Styles: Art Deco
News About This Theater
Opened on December 25, 1937, this neighborhood theater was designed by architect Percival R. Periera and seated 1,460. It was located on Harper Avenue, not far from the similar-looking Harper Theater (now Harpo’s), both featuring a large vertical sign over their curving facades. However, the Harper Theater was larger by about 500 seats, and designed by Charles N. Agree. The Vogue Theater was part of the United Detroit Theaters chain. The theater closed in 1977.
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