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The Howard Theater opened on August 22, 1910, in a primarily African-American area of Washington, near Howard University which lead to the theater’s name. It sat around 1,200 and was designed by architect J. Edward Storck and built for the National Amusement Company. During the mid-1920’s, it was sold to Abe Lichtman, a white theater owner of theaters that catered to African-Americans. As you can see from the vintage photograph above, it was billed as the “largest colored theater in the World.”

Before the Apollo, before the Regal, there was The Howard Theatre. At its inception it was "the largest colored theatre in the world."










Sadly shuttered and neglected since the early 1980s, the once majestic building with its "trunk of soul" has survived death in order to be reborn in time to celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2010.




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For most of the 20th century, The Howard Theatre, located in the heart of Washington, DC, near the corner of 7th and T, held audiences captive with music, dance, drama and comedy.





Speakers like Booker T. Washington shared the stage with musicals, road shows, vaudeville acts, theater productions and community programs.












Later, Washington's favorite son Duke Ellington opened a new era of jazz big bands on The Howard's stage as well as Count Basie








Basie Band






Earl "Fatha" Hines








Lionel Hampton Big Band



When the nation was deeply divided by segregation, The Howard Theatre provided a place where color barriers blurred and music unified. The Washington Bee dubbed it the "Theatre for The People" for it was the place where dignitaries,


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like President Franklin D. Roosevelt and the First Lady gathered with everyday folks to see both superstars and rising stars – many of whom debuted at The Howard Theatre.




Cab Calloway



Cozy Cole



Lena Horne



Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaugh,




Pearl Bailey



Bessie Smith



Big Joe Turner "Shake Rattle and Roll"



Charlie Parker




Miles Davis




Lucky Thompson, Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, Billy Eckstine Big Band 1944




Art Blakey




Max Roach




"SASSY" Sarah Vaughn

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Washington DC's John Malachi, piano gave Sarah the nickname "SASSY" Sarah Vaughn


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Miles Davis, James Moody, Sarah Vaughn, Eddie Jefferson,

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Billy Taylor





Thelonious Monk


Erroll Garner



Oscar Peterson






Ahmad Jamal



Bud Powell






Billie Holiday, Lester Young "Prez", Coleman Hawkins, Gerry Mulligan




Nat King Cole



Shirley Horn




JOE WILLIAMS



Arthur Prysock



Jimmy Whiterspoon



The Ink Spots



Nancy Wilson



Bill Harris



The Clovers



Fats Dimino






" MR. DYNAMITE " JAMES BROWN - THE GODFATHER









LITTLE JIMMY SCOTT








The Drifters



The Platters



The Dells



Bill Kenny


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Aretha Franklin



Bill Cosby



Dick Gregory



MOMS MABLEY



REDD FOX



Slappy White



Nipsey Russel



Rudy Ray Moore



Blow Fly



Richard Pryor



BB King






Sam Cooke



Wilson Picket



Lou Rawls



Jessie Belvin



Billl Stewart



Brook Benton



Otis Redding



Lee Dorsey



THE TEMPTATIONS



Jimmy Whiterspoon



Little Richard



Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers



Bo Diddley



Curtis Mayfield and The Impressions






Pati Labelle and the Blue Bells






The Marveletts






Smokey Robinson



The Four Tops



The Miracles



Jr. Walker & The All Stars




MARVIN GAYE



GLADYS KNIGHT AND THE PIPS



THE SUPREMES



STEVIE WONDER




Chuck Brown & The Soul Searchers



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The Howard Theatre inspired change, yet felt the impact of a nation in flux following the 1968 riots when Martin L. King was assasinated.. Eventually, the degradation of the neighborhood forced the theater to close. After several false starts in the late '70s and early '80s to reinvigorate The Howard, the curtains fell.














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Comment by WASHINGTON DC JAZZ NETWORK on August 30, 2010 at 11:18pm
When growing up as a young boy we lived about 6 blocks from the Howard Theatre. The movies then was 25 cent for admission and 10 cent for popcorn and sodas. My sister used to be in the talent shows there. In fact during the mid 70's I performed at the grand re-opening with the Charlie Hampton Big Band...w/John Malachi piano, Ketter Betts bass, Rick Henderson alto and a host of other great DC musicians. I went to many shows there growing up. It was the place to go on weekends for entertainment. It's a work in progress..more videos to add...I will try to make the ribbon cutting if I don't have to work...thanks for the compliments````GVJ
Comment by Dr. Nelson Harrison on August 30, 2010 at 10:22pm
Great news and a great tribute piace you have posted George. I have been following the restoration plans for about 8 years and am so glad they have reached fruition. we are trying to accomplish the same thing with our Pittsburgh counterpart theater the New Granada Theater hopefully with similar success soon.
Comment by Mickey Bass on August 18, 2010 at 12:31pm
When I attended Howard University in 1961 it was a Crown Jewel then and as far as I am concerned it still is today and will always be. The great legacy of black talent is a sound heard around the world.
Comment by David Leacraft on August 1, 2009 at 3:41pm
My name is David Leacraft and I was a trumpet player in Charlie Hampton's band was a which was the last stage band before it closed. 1968 to 1969. I also MC a show with Petey Green in 1970. I would like to be a part of restoration in some form. Please let me know. My email address is davidleacraft@hotmail.com.

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