215 Jackson Street,
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The Gateway Cinema opened November 15, 1967 and successfully showcased art, independent, classic, and foreign language films. This small movie theater, it was built as part of the massive Golden Gateway urban planned community at a time when “cities within cities” were in vogue. The complex also boasted several highrise apartment buildings, a supermarket, post office, town homes, parking and office buildings.
It was closed in 1998 and in 1999, the cinema was renamed the Eureka Theater and it now is home to live theater and entertainment acts. After its transformation, this theater introduced the play “Angels in America” by Larry Kramer, which has since been made into a motion picture.
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