More than two years after the Covid-19 epidemic first forced Cinema Arts Centre to close, the iconic theater has reopened to the public.
The space underwent significant renovations, including new seats, carpeting, updated ventilation, celings, cafe tables and more.
The floors in the theaters have also been re-profiled to create better sight lines, the bathrooms have been refurbished, and additional handicap seating has been added to the theaters.
Throughout the shutdown, the theater continued to operate, offering drive-in screenings and a variety of virtual programming.
Tickets are on sale for a number of films and special events this year.
“It has been a long road to get us to this point.” said Nate Close, director of communications at the Cinema Arts Centre. “We experienced a few delays along the way but we are thrilled to be finally reopening as an even better version of the Cinema Arts Centre. With our comfortable new seats and more modern theater design, we are excited to once again provide a space where people in our community can come together.”