The Cinema community has been incredibly supportive, and we thank everyone who has purchased books of movie passes or made an outright donation to us. We love our customers! We fully intend to return to business-as-usual as soon as we can do so safely.
The nation is facing a severe blood shortage. Please donate blood!
American Red Cross Blood Drive
12:00 noon to 5 pm on Fri 3/27
at the Cinema Theater
Update: All the appointment slots are full, but we’re currently working with the Red Cross to schedule another blood drive, probably on Fri. April 3. Stay tuned!
The Cinema Theater will be temporarily closed, effective immediately
Hello Cinema Customers,
We’ve spend the last few days doing extensive reading about the coronavirus pandemic, and we’ve wrestled with how we should respond. We’ve gone back-and-forth about whether we should remain open. But in light of some sobering analyses, we have concluded that we should temporarily close, effective immediately.
This decision was very difficult for us to make, but we feel it’s the right thing to do. We value the health of our customers, our staff, and the wider community – and we feel that by promoting social distancing, we are doing our part to avoid a worse crisis later. We don’t think of this as panicking. Rather, we think of it as a rational – though painful – response.
We will continue to monitor the situation, and we look forward to opening our doors in the not-too-distant future. In the meantime, if you wish to support us, please consider purchasing some movie passes that you can use after the crisis is over. We’ll send you the passes in the mail.
We love our customers, and we hope that you will understand that we didn’t make this decision lightly, and that we fully intend to resume business-as-usual sometime soon.
Stay safe out there, and we look forward to seeing you back at the Cinema.
– Audrey Kramer and Alex Chernavsky
Co-owners of the Cinema Theater