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Nearby theaters in the Olympia area are:
Washington Center for Performing Arts
Regal Martin Village 16
Skyline drive-in Theater
The theater is located in the back of the mall and hidden from the main streets. The best way to get to it is to come in on Harrison and turn south at Kenyon. This will take you directly to the theater.
The nearest theater is the Roxy Theater in Morton, Washington. That’s about 15 miles east of Mossyrock.
I can’t get the street view to go into the town of Connell, Washington to get a view of the Sunset Theater. Did Google not cover this town?
Nothing else has been done with the remaining portion of the building. There is still talk that this site will be turned into condos.
Theater is built on the downward slope of a hill inside a shopping center.
I believe some sort of propane dealer is there now. All traces of the theater are gone.
The theater is hidden in the rear corner of a strip mall. Out-of-towners might have a hard time finding it.
The official website for the theater is now:
They are doing well. Big name talent has been booked. Bill Cosby is coming in July.
Here is the theater’s official website:
Theater is still temporarily closed.
Officially open again for movies and stage plays.
The Rex Theater building is at the corner of Fourth Avenue and Franklin Street. It has apartments on the top floor and storefronts below at street level.
Building still exists and is in excellent condition. There is a “historic building” marker on it now.
The former site of the theater is located between a gas station/convenience store and the police department.
The checkstands of the Fred Meyer store entrance “A” approximate where the screen tower once stood.
A tornado destroyed much of downtown Mapleton today according to news reports. Did the theater get damaged?
The theater website does not work any more.
Downtown Bremerton is a waste. There is absolutely no parking. There would need to be at least four parking garages to make going downtown worth anything.
Besides, the area is already served by the Regal South Sound 10, AMC Silverdale 8, Regal Silverdale 4, Regal Poulsbo 10 and the independently owned 3 screen Rodeo Drive-in theater. Even the twin screen “Historic Orchard” (formerly called the Plaza Twin) arthouse theater had to close because they just couldn’t make it. The area is overscreened. There’s simply too many theaters.
This is a nice theater.
The studios no longer care about small town theaters. They just want the big money that the major theater companies like regal, Cinemark, and AMC will give them.
Anyone have any updates on this building? Is it still standing?Has anyone done anything with it? Does anyone have pictures of this theater when it was operating? Interior pix would be nice, too.
Join the forums at http://16mmfilmtalk.com
They have plenty of members who can recommend 16mm and 35mm projectors.
The mall probably wanted too much rent.
Does it get foggy there? If so, that will affect projection and may cause cancellation of showings.