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It is now a Dollar Dreams.
I believe the Capitol was previously the Gilmore Theatre and was part of the Gilmore Hotel building.
The Bing Arts Center, as it is now called, is being renovated by the X Main Street Corporation.
My above summary is wrong. I have seen a few movies at the Gilson recently as well as taken extensive photographs of the interior. The upstairs theatre was NOT a former balcony. Rather it is former office space above the lobby converted into a tiny 50 seat theatre. One door to it still has a sign for the Attorney at Law who used to work in that office on the window!
Who does a guy have to kill to change this theatre listing from open to closed?
The Beacon was at 1003 40th Ave. It seated 585.
This theatre is already listed elsewhere on Cinema Treasures as theatre #1942, Loews Cineplex Elmwood.
I clicked on this to make a comment, but John Coles seems to have said exactly what I was going to say. Please include the locale with the headline!
You need to get add-a-photo working again! It’s been out for nearly a year and I have dozens of theatres to add to the database, but I don’t want to do it until I can add my photos of them too!
The former State Theatre is now CLOSED! It has been closed since April!!!
The Jewett City Cinemas closed down on April 6, 2003, along with the nearby Norwich Twin, also from the Welch Theatres chain. Welch filed for Chapter 11 and plans to sell its remaining 2 cinemas.
The Elm Theatre closed down in September 2002. The last movies it showed were Tadpole and Full Frontal. It will be demolished to make way for a chain pharmacy.
Er that should be is NOW beginning to undergo renovations.
The Waterbury Palace theater is not open. it has been closed for years, but is not beginning to undergo renovations.