Providence Opera House
115 Dorrance Street at Pine Street,
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Architects: John Fox
The Providence Opera House, a very large theatre built in 1871, featured theatrical productions and later films as well. It was the showcase for the Providence showings of D. W. Griffith’s “Intolerance” in 1918. It closed in March 1931 and was demolished not long after. Additional information about this legendary lost theatre would be greatly appreciated.
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