477 Congress Street,
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Architects: Albert E. Westover
Previous Names: B.F. Keith's Theatre, Keith's Theatre
Opened on January 27, 1908, B.F. Keith’s Theatre could seat 1,600, and presented vaudeville, stage shows, and occasional movies before switching over to movies entirely by the 1920’s. It was renamed Civic Theatre on October 29, 1939.
By 1950 it was operated by the Zeitz Bros. Circuit. It was was closed in 1965 and demolished in the 1960’s for a parking lot. The Preble Street entrance survives.
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