Denver Center Cinema
14th & Curtis Streets,
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Previous Names: Frank Ricketson Theater
The Denver Center Cinema was a 250 seat theater constructed as part of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. The Cinema was open from May 1980 through May 1988 when it was closed for financial reasons.
The projecting equipment was removed from the projection booth in the 1990s, and is now in the Jewish Community Center. The auditorium is used now used for live performances. There was also a smaller theater that sat between 40-50 removable seats. The cinema was primarily used as a retrospetive theater presenting film programs built around director, actors and themes.
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