Gamers, Artists, Musicians, Business Owners looking for the latest information on Theatre Rentals can register to attend Theatre Rentals scheduled for November .
Pocono Cinema is sponsoring this year’s topics which will cover key issues such as:
Comedy Shows – Comedy Venue in the Poconos
Gamers – Big Screen Gaming
Musicians – Pocono Music Venues
Full details on the events and availability can be found on the company website at https://poconocinema.org/.
When asked about the reasons behind creating these events, the host Chuck Curry said:
Pocono Cinema Has Space To Rent
The Pocono Cinema website has full details about the sessions at this year’s events. Interested parties can visit the website at: https://poconocinema.org/.
The Pocono Cinema and Cultural Center is a three screen movie theater located in downtown East Stroudsburg PA. In addition to showing new and classic movies on our HD Digital Projectors, PC3 brings in high quality live entertainment as well. Ranging from comedy to Broadway, our live entertainment never disappoints! Come see a movie, catch a live show, visit our art gallery or just stop in to enjoy fresh coffee, baked goods, and popcorn from our cafe.
Established in 2008.
Pocono Cinema & Cultural Center originally opened in 1884 as The Academy of Music, a vaudeville theater and opera house. Converted to a movie theater in 1913, it was the first of its kind in Monroe County to show moving pictures. After suffering a devastating fire in 1929, the theater was restored and rebuilt, reopening on January 9, 1930. In the summer of 2008, after the theater had closed for the third time in less than two years, the theater re-opened as a non-profit organization as the Pocono Community Theater. In November of 2015, the Pocono Community Theater was renamed Pocono Cinema and Cultural Center to better reflect it’s mission statement. The beloved theater has taken on many forms over the years, and now, taking pieces of its history, it has become the unique, iconic theater in downtown East Stroudsburg.
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