This theatre is owned by a prominent local resident, who purchased it because he wanted to provide the community with a movie experience in a real, 1940s era theatre (complete with murals of Puritans!) and to provide a venue to exhibit movies (broadly, "art" movies from Europe and elsewhere, classics and U.S. produced movies with intelligent content) no purely commercial movie venue would show, at reasonable prices. I love this place, and I appreciate the owner's generosity.
Go there yourself and enjoy an experience no longer available anywhere else within driving distance.
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