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The Vintage Village Theatre in Coronado, California has re-opened to the public after being closed for ten years. The San Diego area theater has undergone a $3 million restoration and is being operated by Vintage Cinemas, which operates two other theaters in the Los Angeles area.
The newly restored theater features design concepts by renowned Theatre Designer Joseph Musil, responsible for the sensational restoration on the El Capitan in Hollywood. There are three auditoriums (up from the original single screen layout), with the largest featuring a velvet curtain and seating for 195 people (some reports are saying 215), and two other screens that seat 45 each. All three have Sony 4K Digital Cinema Projection systems with six channel digital sound.
The theater opened to the public on Friday, June 24, 2011, with a special grand opening celebration that was held the night before.
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