211 E. Front Street,
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North Fork Arts Center (Official)
Architects: John Adolph Emil Eberson
Styles: Streamline Moderne
Previous Names: Greenport Village Cinema
News About This Theater
An older movie theatre Glynne’s Greenport Theatre was originally on this site, which was destroyed by the New England Hurricane on September 8, 1938 (it has its own page on Cinema Treasures). The 911-seat Greenport Theatre was opened May 11, 1939 with Don Ameche in “The Story of Alexander Graham Bell”.
Since June 19, 1992 the theatre has had four screens (thee in the former orchestra and the balcony is the fourth screen). It is located in the heart of town at E. Front Street and Third Street. For several years it has operated as a seasonal theatre, only open in summer months. It failed to open in 2022, and in February 2023 it was offered ‘For Sale’. There are plans to open the theatre at Christmastime 2023.
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