Rodeo Arthouse Cinema
2221 Exchange Avenue,
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The American Theatre was opened in 1924. In 1931 it was renamed Blue Moon Theatre. In 1942 it was renamed Rodeo Theatre. It closed January 31, 1953 with Sterling Hayden in “Hellgate” & Judy Canova in “The WAC From Walla Walla”. It was reopened later in 1953 and finally closed around 1968.
The theatre was used as an antique mall and art gallery. It then became a live music venue known as the Rodeo Opry. In September 2017 it was announced by the operators of Circle Cinema that it would reopen by the end of 2017 as the Rodeo Cinema with 2,950 seats. The ‘live’ Rodeo Opry was continue on Saturday evenings.
It opened as the Rodeo Cinema on August 24, 2018 with Kelly MacDonald in “Puzzle” and the Documentary “Lives Well Lived”. There are plans to build two more screens in 2019, each with seating for 125.
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