May 22, 2012
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April 26, 2012
CORONA DEL MAR, CA — The long shuttered Port Theater will reopen this week as part of the Newport Beach Film Festival. After a recent interior remodel, the theatre will provide free screenings and seminars as part of the program.
Read more in the Los Angeles Times.
(Thanks to RonP for providing the photo.)
March 21, 2012
HARRIMAN, TN— The Princess Theatre will officially reopen on March 22, 2012! A two-day event is planned with local music and dedications to be done on Thursday March 22nd, and Marshall Tucker will play on Saturday March 24th. Both events were sold out in 3 hours!
The theater will be jointly owned by the Princess Foundation and Roane State Community College. Roane State will provide the managerial staff and the cleaning staff.
March 16, 2012
NEWPORT, KY — Just a man and a dream as Branden Joynt reopened the Newport Cinema 4 the other week. He just moved over 200 miles to takeover the theatre that closed its doors a year ago. They plan on showing first-run films at affordable prices.
Read more at WBIR.
March 8, 2012
CLIO MI — The former Clio Cinemas which was last operated by NGC Cinemas was reopened last December by Emagine Entertainment which also owns Cinema Hollywood in nearby Birch Run. Emagine has renamed the four-screen cinema the Clio Square Cinema. It’s official URL is here.
(Thanks to jeterga for providing the photo.)
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February 27, 2012
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January 9, 2012
PORT CHESTER, NY — One of rock and roll’s most illustrious venues will soon breathe new life, as music entrepreneur Peter Shapiro has announced plans to reopen the historic Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY, for live performances by some of the biggest names in music.
In its distinguished history, the 1,835-capacity theatre has hosted concerts by the Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, Derek The Dominos, Janis Joplin, the Grateful Dead, David Bowie, Santana, and many more. With state-of-the-art sound and lighting equipment in-house, and bookings by Shapiro, in partnership with concert promoter The Bowery Presents, the 85-year-old theatre is poised to emerge as the East Coast’s premier concert destination. Current plans have the Theatre re-opening in mid-2012.
“The Capitol Theatre is a rock and roll icon and we are going to treat her as such,” says Shapiro. “We are going to spoil her and give her the best of everything – the best sound, the best lights, and the best video projection technology of any theatre anywhere. Our plan is to turn the knob to 11 in every way possible.”