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Theatre closing January 2, 2024. See ad in photos section
please update website https://www.vistatheaterhollywood.com/
Please update, AMC Causeway 13 and will have 13 sreens
effective November 3 theater showing movies again
please update opening November 17 with total seats 780
Please update, total seats 669
please update closed
Please update, closed February 5, 1998
Please update, opened February 6, 1987
please update, Sunday October 29 is the last day of operation. Closed for good October 30. see photo in photos section
This theatre was renovated in 2019-2020 with recliners
Please update, on May 26, 2000 Laemmle Theatres took over theatre from Loews Cineplex which cease control on January 13, 2000. That when it was renamed Regent Shoawcase Thatre
Please Update, theatre closed September 11, 1986 with The Fly, Bullies and Born America
This is not the Main Street Cienams
THis is not Kew Gardens Hills
This theatre is closed, fandango showing times for the wrong Main Street Cinema.
rear of the movie theatre September 28, 2023
This the Showcase Cinema 7-14 and is in the wrong theatre
Please update, theatre opened October 16, 1981 (no grand opening ad, but uploaded showclock in the photos section), December 24, 1999 two more screens added and on August 25, 2000 and additional 2 screens added renamed Showcase Cinemas Lawrence 7-14
It’s Curtains: Criterion Cinemas Closes For Good After Last Oct. Show
Bow Tie Partners: “COVID-19 caused dramatic changes to movie theater business in markets like New Haven, the business is no longer viable.”
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Posted Tue, Sep 26, 2023 at 10:30 am ET
Updated Tue, Sep 26, 2023 at 5:24 pm ET
NEW HAVEN, CT — The owner of Bow Tie Criterion Cinemas on Temple Street downtown said the final film screening on Oct. 12 will be the theater’s last.
Bow Tie Partners, owner of Temple Square, at 80 Temple Street in downtown New Haven, said it’s “pursuing a redevelopment” of the space.
“Criterion Cinemas will permanently close after its evening shows on Thursday, Oct. 12,” the announcement reads. “Criterion Cinemas opened in 2004 and has proudly entertained the people of New Haven for almost 20 years.”
The pandemic is blamed for the shuttering.
“Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic caused dramatic changes to the movie theater business in markets such as New Haven, and as a result, the business is no longer viable,” Bow Tie Partners wrote in a news release.
“Bow Tie Partners plans to remain part of the downtown New Haven community and is currently evaluating multiple scenarios for redevelopment of the movie theater space, several of which include new entertainment offerings,” the release reads. “Temple Square Apartments will continue to operate unchanged and may benefit from conversion of portions of the former movie theater space into additional amenities.”
Ben Moss, CEO of Bow Tie Partners, said “loyal customers” have seen more than 2,000 films there.
“We offer our sincere thanks and appreciation to all of our loyal customers,” Moss said. “We are very much looking forward to remaining a part of the vibrant and exciting downtown New Haven business community and look forward to announcing our future plans when we have finished our analysis of alternative uses.”
This shoudl be uploaded on the Showcase Cinema 7-14 page
That one started in 1984, lasted until 1989
This theatre schedule to reopen in December by the North Folk Arts Center. Their website is https://www.northfork-artscenter.org/
hopefully they will add surround sound