Old Greenbelt Theatre

Local nameOld Greenbelt Theatre
LocationGreenbelt, Maryland, United States

The Old Greenbelt Theatre is a historic single-screen movie theater built between 1937 and 1938 in the Roosevelt Center within the Greenbelt Historic District of Greenbelt, Maryland. The first film shown at the theater was Little Miss Broadway starring Shirley Temple, on September 21, 1938. The Theatre was renovated by The City of Greenbelt in 2014–2015. The renovation includes new digital projection equipment, a new 35MM projector for archival screenings, a restored lobby and ticket booth, restroom improvements, and an enhanced concession areaThe Friends of Greenbelt Theatre, a nonprofit organization, was awarded a contract by the City of Greenbelt to operate the theater starting May 1, 2015. Seating 363 patrons, the theater is one of the only nonprofit and single-screen movie theaters located in the state of Maryland.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Greenbelt_Theatre

Official Website https://greenbelttheatre.org/

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/greenbelttheatre

Link https://twitter.com/TheOldGreenbelt

Email hello@greenbelttheatre.org

Phone +1-301-329-2034

Coordinates 39°0'5.004" N -76°52'34.074" E

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