1709 S. Broad Street,
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Previously operated by: Warner Bros. Circuit Management Corp.
Architects: Elizabeth R. Hirsh Fleisher
Styles: Art Deco
Located on S. Broad Street at Castle Avenue the Savoia Theatre opened on June 9, 1937 with George Brent in “Mountain Justice”. It had a seating capacity of 965 with 779 in the orchestra and 186 in the balcony. The proscenium was 27ft wide. It was operated by Warner Bros. Circuit Management Corp. The Savoia Theatre closed on August 3, 1967 with David Hemmings in “Blow-Up” & Rob Taylor in “Chuka”.
It was converted into offices for the Pennsylvania Bureau of Employment Security which was followed by a n office supply store. It is now Bethany Church.
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