The Akron Civic Theatre, built in 1929 as Loew's (Akron) Theatre, is a theatre in Akron, Ohio. It is one of only sixteen remaining atmospheric theatres designed by John Eberson in the United States and is an excellent example of the great movie palaces of the 1920s. The Akron Civic Theatre is the last remaining theater of 11 opened by Marcus Loew, founder of the Loew's theater chain. The Civic is located on South Main Street in Akron and seats 5,000 people. The theatre has been exhibiting shows and special events for years, and is known as "The Jewel on Main Street".
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Akron Civic Theatre
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