614 Canal Street,
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Previously operated by: Saenger Amusement Company
The Globe Theatre, with its stately Beaux-Arts style façade of white terra-cotta opened December 24, 1916 with Clara Kimball Young in “The Common Law”. It was built for and operated by Herman Fichtenberg who became part of the the Saenger Amusement Company. It stood on Canal Street next to the larger and older Tudor Theatre, also operated by the Saenger Amusement Company. The Globe Theatre was still open in 1956, but had closed by 1957 and was demolished.
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