New Horn Theatre

2016 West Pratt Street,
Baltimore, MD 21223

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Architects: Francis E. Tormey

Functions: Church

Styles: Egyptian

Previous Names: Horn Theatre

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New Horn Theatre

The first Horn Theatre on this site was opened on September 4, 1909 with 192 seats. It was enlarged in 1910 and closed in 1920 for a new Horn Theatre to be built.

Designed by Baltimore architect Francis E. Tormey, it was a splendid red brick building, trimmed with stone. Inside the auditorium, which was vaguely Egyptian in style, there were 662 seats, of which 100 were in the balcony. The Horn Theatre opened on November 25, 1920.

It was extensively remodeled in 1926 and further alterations were made in 1959. It was renamed the New Horn Theatre from 1958 until it closed in 1970. After it closed it was used as a church.

Contributed by Ken Roe, Lost Memory
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