Does anyone remember the old Washington Theatre Club in DC?

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The Washington Theater Club was founded by John and Hazel Wentworth in 1957 in Georgetown. Shortly thereafter it was relocated to a former carriage house at 1632 "O" Street, N.W. In the 70's John and Hazel divorced and Hazel partnered with one of the WTC directors Davey Marlin-Jones to keep it going. A new theater was built at 19th and L Streets but failed to thrive. This location was turned into a cinema complex.
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