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Nice and good news for symphony goers. Still doesn’t bring movies back to downtown Milwaukee. Not even an art theatre.
I think this place is closed. The website has not been updated, nothing current of Facebook page, and the phone is disconnected. Google Street View of October 2016 shows a hearing aid store at that address. There is some indication on the website that they are moving into a new location.
In the grand opening ad, one of the films is the Hunt for Red October. As this was released in the US on March 2, 1990, by July 13 it would have been in second-run status.
Now called: AMC DINE-IN Madison 6
According to Cinemark’s website, this theatre is still closed for remodeling.
I also don’t believe that photo is of the Grand. Look at the current pictures and you will see the mounts for chains to support an over the sidewalk marquee.
The website lists current films being shown at this theatre.
The marquee and exterior of this theatre show up in the Oscar-winning film “La La Land”
Closing on May 12 for remodeling. Let’s hope it’s only temporary.
Now functions as a respite center for special needs families.
Only live venues listed on website. No movies scheduled.
Website shows all live venues. No films scheduled.
I started watching movies in theatres in the 40s. I remember those old seats and not fondly. Stadium seating was a big improvement. Now, the recliners are here and I love them. Comfortable, adjustable, good sight lines, reserved. What’s not to like?
Now operated by New Vision Theatres: Website: http://www.newvisiontheatres.com/index.html
Now called Ovation Cinema Grill and operated by New Vision Theatres.
Updated website link: https://www.harborshowtimes.com/
Both auditoriums now have a limited number of reserved leather recliners for an additional charge of $2.00 with free popcorn and free refills on drinks. Movies showing are all mainstream first release films.
Status should be closed.