Gala Hispanic Theatre
3301 14th Street NW,
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Gala Hispanic Theatre (Official)
Architects: Thomas White Lamb
Styles: Italian Renaissance
Previous Names: Tivoli Theatre
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One of the grand old palaces of Washington, DC, the Tivoli Theatre was opened April 4, 1924 with over 2,000 seats. It was built and operated by Crandall Amusement Company. From 1928 it was operated by Warner Bros. Theatres. Operated by District Theaters chain from 1965, it was closed and boarded up in 1976, and was almost saved by a group of local supporters during the late-1970’s.
After over 25 years closure, the Tivoli Theatre has benefited from a revitalization of the Columbia Heights neighborhood that’s now underway
Now reopened in January 2005 as the Gala Hispanic Theatre, a small stage theatre in the former Tivoli Theatre’s balcony, and mixed retail use in the rest of the building.
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