415 Main Street,
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The Edmonds Theater, located in the picturesque waterfront town of Edmonds, is one of the last independently owned, single screen movie houses in the state.
Built in 1923 and opened as the Princess Theatre it had 250 seats. A local family ran the theater until the late-1960’s, when it was sold to a retired Edmonds dentist, Jacque Mayo. Mayo leased the theater until 1989 when he hired Robert Rine as manager.
Today the Edmunds Theater still retains the original balcony, and 240 new seats and flooring added in 1999 preserve the theater’s historical ambience. The updated sound system and screen easily compete with the modern conveniences of the local multiplex, but the Edmonds Theater is a hands-down winner when it comes to charm and character.
Tickets in 2015 are reasonable: $8 for adults, $7 for seniors and children (kids also get a free bag of popcorn with admission). All seats just $6 on Tuesdays, and on Wednesdays offer all you can eat popcorn for just $3.00. The Edmonds Theater offers the lowest first-run prices in the Seattle market.
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