On Friday October 2, Cleveland’s Capitol Theatre, located in the new Gordon Square Arts District, will be re-opening. The Capitol is the city’s oldest movie theatre, constructed in 1921. The restored and updated theatre is now an all-digital movie house with three screens, and will feature major Hollywood films, plus art and independent productions.
The Capitol Theatre is located at 1390 W. 65th St., and showtime information can be found at clevelandcinemas.com
Here is a video prepared by Positively Cleveland that outlines the renovation and its location in the Gordon Square Arts District.
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