Sea Theater

4005 Pacific Avenue,
Wildwood, NJ 08260

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njdrivein on July 10, 2012 at 2:03 pm

It is now closed and is for sale

TLSLOEWS on August 10, 2010 at 11:08 am

Cool looking little theatre.

Simon Overton
Simon Overton on October 15, 2009 at 4:53 pm

From the mid 1950’s, my wife’s family lived in a charming seaside town called Pacifica, just 15 miles south of San Francisco. The local cinema was called the “Seaview” which was cleverly decorated in an underwater theme and colors.
She said there were door prizes and plate nights, etc., and it was just total fun, especially for the Saturday morning kids shows!
Later it was twinned, then came the greedy multiplexes, the place went down with increasing costs and that was the end of the Seaview Cinema…lock, stock and barrel, as they say!

nerwall16 on September 2, 2007 at 12:44 pm

ted and his wife have been nothing but supportive this summer the theater is amazing fully restored to its early glory and is one of the most enjoyable spots to see a movie down the shore

Crazy Bob Madara
Crazy Bob Madara on September 18, 2006 at 10:20 am

I met Ted at the Delsea Drive-in in August, 2004. He was there to watch a show under the stars while sitting on the hood of his vintage car. He came into the booth and introduced himself. What a great person! He truly loves theatres and isn’t all about money. We talked for well over an hour about his, mom& pop, Sea Theatre in Wildwood. I’ve been past it but it was closed for the season. It would be worth the trip for anyone just to meet Ted!

teecee on July 1, 2006 at 4:21 am

May have been a nickelodeon at one time.
Images of America: South Jersey Movie Houses, page 65

brucemarch on February 20, 2006 at 7:02 am

I just met Taras (Ted) Saturday night at the State Theatre in Boyertown Pa. where I work. He told me he is using a platter system and is open seasonal at this time. The web address is but is not completed yet. Ted traveled approx 3 hours to visit our theatre and other single screens in the area. After exchanging stories and info I can say he is very personable as mentioned above.

Porkface on October 31, 2005 at 6:32 pm

We are glad to see this theatre listed here. We’ve attended severaltimes, its worth the drive from 30 mi. north…we’ve seen 1st run as well as cult films in this intimate setting…you can park literally right outside and walk in…the owner is always personable and a lover of film. Its open all year now. The shame is the locals, especially the movers & shakers of the new Wildwood, don’t support it. (Who said they had TASTE?).

RickB on October 29, 2005 at 4:19 pm

Story in today’s Press of Atlantic City:
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The theater has 67 seats. Penkalskyj is a theater buff who bought a vacant storefront building in 1998, began converting it into a theater the next year and finished in 2003. Equipment problems, trouble booking films into the tiny venue and family issues have hampered his one-man operation.

teecee on August 13, 2005 at 2:18 am

According to this article, the theater has been “refurbished it to its former glory” by Taras Penkalskyj and his wife, Lesia. They held a children’s movie festival there last summer.

teecee on August 11, 2005 at 8:25 am

They hosted an interactive Pirates of the Caribbean last October: