March 24, 2014
WEST DOVER, VT — After two dark years, the former Mountain Park Cinema is back and better than ever. The MHCA (formerly Memorial Hall Center for the Arts), a non-profit organization, purchased the theatre and upgraded the projection and interior as well. They plan to show films regularly Wednesday through Sunday.
Get the full story in the Deerfield Valley News.
March 7, 2014
PHILADELPHIA, PA — The Roxy Theater had a triumphant return this past December after almost two years since closing. They poured nearly $1 Million into to to update the theatre inside and out besides of course the new projectors. The 160 that get to watch each screening now get a luxury experience and the Philadelphia Film Society has a permanent home.
Read the full story in The Inquirer.
March 3, 2014
BUFFALO, NY — The North Park Theatre is reopening this Friday March 7 with lots of excitement on the horizon. The renovations, rumored to be as much as $250K, will have the theatre looking good as new. What’s even better is they’re aggressively trying to book more films with a greater turnover in order to give their loyal audiences the most options.
Read more in the Buffalo News.
(Thanks to MovieMark for providing the photo.)
February 21, 2014
CARY, NC — The Cary Theater will open to the public this weekend after a $6.2 million dollar renovation and expansion which includes live shows and classic movies. The project on the 1946 theater took over a year and the theatre has never looked better.
Read more and catch some great photos at the News Observer.
January 22, 2014
GLEN COVE, NY — Glen Cove Theatres was set to reopen this month but now it’s looking more like April. It’ll be worth the wait though as they’ve installed digital projectors, new seats and even a children’s game room. The future of the theatre was in doubt but with new local ownership and support, they appear set for the future.
Read more in Newsday.
January 16, 2014
SAGINAW, MI — Goodrich Quality Theaters' new state-of-the-art Quality 10 GDX opens today with dollar movies to benefit the Covenant Kids Foundation. Among the amenities this station offers is a 30 x 70 GDX screen, the largest indoor screen size north of Flint, Dolby Atmos sound on three of its theaters, two 3D capable screens, all stadium seating and all digital projection. First run films showing at regular prices will begin on Friday.
Further details are in the Saginaw News.
December 23, 2013
ALAMOGORDO, NM — The White Sands Theatre reopens today! After thousands of volunteer hours and a dedicated staff effort the Historic Sands Theatre is going to start showing movies again.
The theatre was transformed in 1987 into a Christian Broadcast TV Station, KVBA Vision Broadcasting. A group of men and women have come together to reopen the movie side to show family based movies, Christian-based. It will be awesome to see a piece of history come back to life. It is surly a work in progress, each visitor to the show will help us come closer to finishing the full remodel. God Bless and hope to see you at the movies.
December 18, 2013
SAGINAW, MI — The Goodrich Quality Theatres chain has announced that their new Quality 16 GDX Theatres will open on January 17. It replaces the adjacent Saginaw 12 which will be town down upon the new state of the art cinema’s completion.
Further details are at the Goodrich Quality Theatres website.
November 14, 2013
PIKESVILLE, MD — The renovation mentioned months ago has finally been completed with the reopening of the Pikes Theatre. They plan to show a mix of first-run films and even have new stadium seating. Throughout the complex that includes a restaurant in front, there are still signs of its original grandeur.
Read more about the exciting opening of this unique space in the Baltimore Sun.
(Thanks to JackCoursey for providing the photo.)