April 22, 2014
GLEN BURNIE, MD — Following a closure earlier this year, the Marley Station theater will reopen this summer, now under the operation of Horizon Cinemas. Plans call for new seats, concessions, projection and more. It will reopen in phases with four theaters to start.
Read more in the Baltimore Business Journal.
April 21, 2014
April 16, 2014
MARBLE FALLS, TX — The Uptown Theater has had its fair share of ups and downs as it’s attempted to keep up with the trends of the business. It reopened the other week and they will now feature a variety of live entertainment from musical acts to comedy. Movies will still have a place there along with some new signature cocktails.
Read the full story in the Daily Tribune.
April 14, 2014
April 2, 2014
WESTWOOD, NJ — After more than a year of anticipation, the new repertory Rosebud Theater opened last week.
Owner Ray Walsh says of the people of Westwood, “Not only does this town have some real charm, but we were really overwhelmed by the support we received from the people here.”
Walsh, a retired scout for the New York Giants, says that he received countless e-mails and positive comments encouraging his business venture. “It was really nice to see that people welcomed us here,” he says of The Rosebud.
March 28, 2014
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.