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The Quad Cinema in New York City reopens today after a renovation project. The theater is located at 34 West 13th Street (between 5th and 6th Avenues) in Manhattan.
Originally opened in 1972, the renovation project closed the theater in 2015. The following description of the project is found on the theater's web site:
Our renovations have brought the Quad into the 21st century, creating spectacular theater spaces that offer the intimacy and luxury of a high-end private screening rooms, each with a unique look and color scheme: a refined setting typically seen in European cinémathèques, but rare in New York City. In the theaters: 4K Christies and Barcos and 35mm and 16mm projectors, state-of-the-art sound, seats imported from Norway. In the lobby: 32 flat screens forming a twelve by six foot video wall and a 50-foot concession stand. And we are thrilled to introduce the Quad Bar, the perfect place to meet fellow cinephiles and argue about great cinema over a glass of great wine or beer.
To see what's playing and when, and to buy tickets online, please visit the Showtimes page for the Quad Cinema.
Related News Articles
- Quad Cinema Reborn: How Charles Cohen Gave an Old New York Theater a Second Chance -- IndieWire [Apr 12, 2017]
- First Look: New York's Quad Cinema Debuts Chic Hollywood Makeover -- The Hollywood Reporter [Apr 12, 2017]
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