200 Dekalb Street,
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The Broadway Theatre was located at Second and Dekalb Streets in Bridgeport, a small town near Norristown in the Montgomery County suburb of Philadelphia. The theater opened in 1928 and had a balcony.
A fire broke out in the theater in 1931 during a live show benefit for a local fire company! Unbelievably, town residents actually streamed into the theater and sat down, to watch the spectacle. That’s not something anybody should do in the event of a fire.
Likely during the 1930’s, the Broadway’s facade appears to have had an Art Moderne redo on its lower half. The Broadway closed in December 1951 was leased out to a textile company. Another fire occurred in 1952.
As of 2008 or earlier, the building serves as the Dugout Baseball Academy.
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