Fox's American Theatre
150 Ellison Street,
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Previously operated by: Fox Circuit
Architects: Henry Barrett
Previous Names: New Empire Theatre, Empire Theatre
The Empire Theatre operation was first located in the Eden Theatre in 1900 It was moved to this location, opening as the 1,000-seat New Empire Theatre on October 30, 1905 and by 1914 it was the Empire Theatre. In 1918 it was closed and remodeled by architect Henry Barrett into a 1,500-seat theatre for William Fox and reopened as Fox’s American Theatre on April 27, 1919 with Tom Mix in “Well Roarin' Reform” & Viola Dana in “False Evidence”. It was closed on October 30, 1927.
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