Victoria Theatre

37 S. Clinton Avenue,
Rochester, NY 14604

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Architects: Leon H. Lempert, Jr.

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Victoria Theatre

The Victoria Theatre was opened as a vaudeville theatre on January 23, 1911. In 1912 the theatre was converted into a motion picture theatre. The Victoria Theatre is listed in the 1930 Film Daily Yearbook with 1,500 seats.

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peterscribner on January 3, 2016 at 5:45 pm

The Victoria was on the west side of South Clinton Avenue, at 37 South Clinton. The Temple Theater was two buildings to the north, across Clinton from the Lyceum Theater. The Lowe’s Rochester would have been a block to the south, the Century, RKO Palace and the Strand a few blocks to the north, and the Cook Opera House (Family Theater) two blocks to the west.

Not one of these theaters survived the Depression and urban renewal. The 1935 plat map shows the site of the Victoria as a parking lot.

Coleman on October 24, 2018 at 9:03 pm

Opened January 23, 1911. Leon H. Lempert Jr. was the architect.(Democrat & Chronicle 06 Jun 1910)

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