Upon entering the theatre you begin to feel the local history as you are required to climb the massive winding staircase that ascends to the second floor theaters. The slightly bowed center of each stair tread shows the wear and tear of countless moviegoers making their way to the ticket counter at the top. No glass front dividers separate you from the ticket seller immediately giving you a sense of intimacy with the rustic surroundings. Take 1 giant step to your right and you'll be in line for the fresh popcorn and handmade lemonade! Once inside the theatre you'll be please to see that there is huge legroom for even the tallest of patrons and seats that provide comfort and support. Be sure to take in the elevated stage, 20' burgundy velvet curtains and recall the days you spent in your hometown at the recitals and plays of your childhood. The theater is locally owned, reasonable priced and is an anchor to the local community by a generous owner that often offers free classic movies.
For those requiring a more accessible entry, try the upper entrance off of Main St.
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