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The Landmark Egyptian Theatre in Seattle, Washington will close on June 27, 2013, according to an article published in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer:
The Egyptian Theater – Capitol Hill’s storied art house cinema – will close later in June, owner Landmark Theatres announced Monday.
Screens at the 98-year-old theater will go dark June 27, a Landmark spokesperson said. What comes next for the Egyptian remains an open question.
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The theater's closing is also announced on Landmark's web site, which says:
Thursday, June 27 will be the last day of business for Landmark Theatres as operator of the Egyptian Theatre. Landmark, and the Egyptian management and staff in particular, extend thanks to our customers and friends over the years; we've loved entertaining you there. Landmark will continue its commitment in the Seattle area to present quality moviegoing experiences with a focus on independent and foreign film, and we'll see you at our other venues: the Harvard Exit Theatre, the Guild 45th Theatre, the Seven Gables Theatre, the Varsity Theatre and the Crest Cinema Center.
Fortunately, there are many options within a short distance for moviegoers in the area. Our Nearby Theaters list shows 25 other movie theaters within five miles.
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- It’s curtains for Seattle’s Egyptian Theatre -- Seattle Times [Jun 19, 2013]
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