333 Market Theatre
333 Market Street,
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Architects: William H. Hoffman
Previous Names: Market Street Theatre, 333 Market Street Theatre
The Market Street Theatre was designed by William H. Hoffman and built by William Steele and Sons. It opened in December 1912. In 1916 it was equipped with a Kimball 2 manual 10 ranks organ. In 1919 it was taken over by Stanley Theatres and was renamed 333 Market Street Theatre. In 1935 it was renamed 3333 Market Theatre. By 1941 was operated by Warner Bros. Circuit Management. It was closed on May 30, 1951 with Fred Astaire in “Royal Wedding.
It was immediately demolished and a parking structure was built on the site which opened in November 1951.
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