Updated 03/01/2013 08:17 AM
Dryden Theatre Opens After Renovations
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After more than two months of renovations, the lights are on again at the Dryden Theatre at the George Eastman House. The theatre underwent extensive enhancements to its auditorium and projection booth, along with numerous other updates.
Some improvements include new lights, new seating, handicapped seating, a hearing loop and a new baby grand piano. The stage has also been redone so it's darker, with the original curtain remaining.
Officials say they eliminated about 60 seats so they now have 500, creating more leg room and space between seats. People can sponsor a chair and have their name put in brass on a name plate on one of the seats.
The first screening in the renovated theatre will be Saturday will the film "Sideways."
To find out more visit The Dryden Theatre.