When the Circle Cinema Foundation purchased the original theater, it also purchased two adjacent storefronts to the south of the theater. Those renovated spaces now adjoin the original lobby space and house a gathering/reception area, a display of movie posters, and an art gallery for local artists to exhibit their works. In 2013, the main auditorium of the original theater was renovated, and today the Circle Cinema boasts four screens of various sizes and seating capacities. The Circle is a boon not only for lovers of Route 66 and historic theaters, but for film aficionados as well. The Circle provides an innovative mix of programming focusing on art-house and international films, and also showcases special screenings of classic and contemporary films that often feature guest appearances from stars, directors, or other personalities associated with the various productions. Thanks in large part to the efforts of the Circle Cinema Foundation, the theater plays a crucial role in the ongoing transformation of the neighborhood from a declining condition back to its suburban heyday as a walkable district for entertainment, shopping, and dining.
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But, if successful, National Cinema Day could flood theaters with moviegoers and potentially prompt them to return in the fall. Before each showing, ticket buyers will be shown a sizzle reel of upcoming films from A24, Amazon Studios, Disney, Focus Features, Lionsgate, Neon, Paramount, Sony Pictures Classics, Sony, United Artists Releasing, Universal, and Warner Bros.
There are plenty of US 66 attractions in Downtown Tulsa and along the western side of the city: vintage service stations designated as historic places, classic motels and movie theaters. Enjoy de stylish Art Deco buildings and Tulsa's cultural life with exciting events and many museums.
One of 26 movie theaters in 1945, it is the sole survivor. It was built along the original 1926-1932 alignment of Route 66 as a two-story brick building with a sober design that also housed apartments above the theater. The building was known as the Chilton Building. 2b1af7f3a8