If you want to see an old black and white movie in the manner of the good old days, come and see it here. The theater is lovingly restored to its hey day glamour, tickets are less than at contemporary theaters and give you access to a double header every night, but the be all and end all is the live organist who rises from the floor between shows to play an interlude of tunes between screenings. Glorious. There's a lovely balcony and a side room filled with a stunning collection of old movie posters and newspaper clippings about the theater. Oh yes, and popcorn is a dollar as is a drink, so splurge! Happy to say that it is often filled to the brim, a well loved and appreciated local gem for families, date nights, and soloists.
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