A theater building here passes as an urban Italian palazzo. A great semi-circular window above the marquee is played off against a suggestion of rustication. Above, an attic story is terminated by a bracketed shed roof. The present brow-shaped marquee, as well as the shop fronts to each side, are of a later date.
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