900 George Washington Boulevard,
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Architects: Glenn Thomas
Previous Names: Fox Boulevard Theatre
News About This Theater
- Mar 2, 2010 — Happy 45th, "The Sound Of Music"
The Boulevard Theatre was opened on May 17, 1945 with Betty Grable in “Diamond Horseshoe”. It was part of the George Washington Boulevard Shopping Plaza. In 1963 it was taken over by the National =General Corporation and in 1973 Mann Theatres took over. On February 1m, 1980 Dickinson Theatres took over and they closed the Boulevard Theatre on February 24, 1984 with Al Pacino in “Scarface”.
It became a gymnasium, then a banquet hall and in 2011 it became a live entertainment space named The Boulevard, which closed around 2012. Used by an internet company, the building was vacant in 2022.
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