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No website but has a Facebook page:
The exterior of this theatre was on a recent episode of the TV show “Forensic Files.”
There is a low-rise building at that address. Status should be demolished.
Status should be closed: renovating
Could be. My info came from the theatre owner in reply to an inquiry I made.
Closed August 2014 and purchased by new owners in July 2015. Officially reopened October 23 2015 under the name of Cedar Street Cinemas.
Address is off. Should be 1301 Kalahari Drive Baraboo WI 53913. The theatre is visible on Street View at this address.
Now a church. The poster boxes are still evident alongside the entrance.
We walked by this theatre earlier in the week. There is plywood covering the Washington Street entrance and some kind of construction work going on inside.
The map is way off. A more accurate address would be 139 W Washington.
According to the regional newspaper, movie screenings will return on a regular basis in 2017.
The manager of the next door antique mall said that the theatre’s owner was a retired military vet who essentially runs it as a hobby. He sells books out of there and occasionally will host live musical performances. A current photo has been uploaded.
Comparing the buildings in the photo to Street View, the address of this theatre would be 602 Main Street.
Just added a recent night shot in Photos.
Website link: http://www.evo-entertainment.com/locations/thespot/
I met my first wife at the Holiday Ballroom on Halsted in 1966. The same operator also ran the north side Holiday Ballroom in the old Times Theatre on Milwaukee north of Lawrence.
Unless this theatre is being renovated for some kind of performance space, the status should simply be closed.
This theatre was featured on “American Pickers” TV show tonight. They sold the some old film reels and a Beatles film.
I have always been leery of crowdfunding campaigns which benefit for-profit operators.
And now the Kmart is closed.
Now called the Vine Cinema & Alehouse. Serving food and alcohol.
Updated website link: http://www.vinecinema.com/
Status should be demolished. It was torn down in July 2015. An art park is planned for the location.
Now fully digital.
Theatre is being renovated to open in the fall of 2016. Leather recliner seating has been installed, reducing the seating capacity to 150.
Congratulations and good luck. This little theatre is a great asset to the community. I would like to respectfully request that you also set up a theatre website for those of use who are not on Facebook.