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Seattle Performing Arts


  • 2100 4th Ave. Map It
  • Belltown
  • Film

Updated 10/10/2012

Fodor's Review

This 1963 cinema, scooped up and restored by Microsoft billionaire Paul Allen, seamlessly blends the luxury of the theater with high technology. Behind a standard-size movie screen sits an enormous, 30-foot by 90-foot restored curved panel—one of only three in the world—used to screen old three-strip films like How the West Was Won, as well as 70-millimeter presentations of 2001: A Space Odyssey. The sight lines throughout are amazing. Rear-window captioning, assistive listening devices, audio narration, wheelchair access, and other amenities ensure that everyone has an outstanding experience.

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2100 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington, United States

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Updated 10/10/2012


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