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Check out their upcoming classic films. Included are Gone with the Wind, Casablanca, Citizen Kane, Singing in the Rain, and a Three Stooges Festival.
This article deals with the Sheas Seneca.
Saw Deepwater Horizon on the big screen at the Palace. Always a treat seeing a movie here.
The above link deals with this theatre.
You can read about this theatre in the book The Italians of Niagara Falls, Vol. II.
This theatre is featured in the book The Italians of Niagara, Vol. II.
The article above deals with the Riviera' conversion to digital projection.
The theatre is currently closed. A new operator is being sought.
Theatre looks great! Seeing a movie here is special.
This link deals with renovations made to the marquee.
This article deals with the reopening of the Showplace.
This link deals with a grant the theater has recieved.
The link above deals with the death of the former owner.
An adult theatre in Niagara Falls,NY stayed open until 2001 showing DVD’s.
I believe the correct address is 1551 Niagara Falls Blvd.in Amherst, NY.
Presently this theatre is used as a dollar store. There is nothing left from its days as a theatre.
This article deals with renovations being made at the theatre.
The Amendola family currently operates the Four Seasons Cinema in the town of Niagara.
This article deals with the theatre being auctioned off.
This link deals with restoration being done at Sheas.
The link above deals with expansion at the theatre.
During the 80’s this theatre was used for concerts.
Maybe some diversity may be needed. Classic films, second runs at reduced prices, family films like they have at the Riviera.
The Dipsons have lost money for the last 5 years showing art films. Maybe some diversity might work-second run films at reduced prices, kids matinees on Saturday, classical films. Just a thought.
Theatre has upgraded to digital projection.