The Apollo Theatre was once the largest theatre in the District of Columbia before it was torn down. The previously majestic theatre sat 800 people and cost $20,000 to build.
While the theatre is no longer standing, H Street is undergoing a renaissance. As seen in the after shot below, major work is being done to add streetcar lines to make it more accessible and bring back the great neighborhood we remember.
We will be bringing you a more thorough history of theatre on H Street but for now, please consider visiting the following links: