Nabor Theatre

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Nabor Theatre was a 587-seat segregated movie house at 1717 Wright Avenue in Little Rock, Arkansas. African American patrons were expected to enter the Art Deco single-screen theater building by the side entrance and sit in balcony seating. The operators of the Nabor Theatre were Sam B. Kirby and Marie O. Kirby.

The theater is now home to the Islamic Center For Human Excellence. The original architects of the building were Edward F. Brueggeman and Guy W. Swaim. The cost of constructing the theater was $70,000.


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