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- Alamo Drafthouse Cinema - Kalamazoo
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Moviegoers in Kalamazoo, Michigan were surprised in November 2012 when the Rave Motion Pictures Cityplace 14 closed unexpectedly., but they have reason to rejoice as Alamo Drafthouse Cinema has announced that they are moving in and hope to have the theater open as the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema - Kalamazoo as early as late Spring 2013!
According to the web site, the theater will be reduced from 14 to 10 screens, but all ten will have Sony 4K Digital Cinema Projection systems and they're even going to keep some 35mm projectors around when the need to project film arises. Founded in 1997, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema is known for its unique programming, serving food and drinks with movies, and its no-tolerance policies concerning talking and texting on cell phones.
Alamo Drafthouse Cinema currently owns/operates 14 locations in Colorado, Missouri, their home state of Texas. and Virginia. This will be their first location in Michigan.
The theater is hiring, so if you're interesting in becoming part of the action, click on the Read link below for more information!
Michigan Live has been publishing a series of articles about the new theater as well, so check out the links below to read up on some recent developments:
Thanks to reader Ron H. for passing along news about the theater re-opening!
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