Friday, September 10, 2021

Metrograph sets Oct. 1 reopening date

The Metrograph returns to in-person screenings on Oct. 1, management of the independent two-screen movie theater on the Lower East Side announced yesterday

This marks the last theater in the area to reopen its auditoriums to moviegoers since the start of the pandemic in March 2020. Like other theaters, proof of vaccination and masks are required for entry

The Metrograph, which has been streaming an array of interesting films (not to mention the Metrograph TV App), will reopen with a new 4K restoration of Andrzej Żuławski's horror cult classic "Possession." (But Sam Neill was so nice in the "Jurassic Park" films!) 

The Commissary at Metrograph will reopen this fall too. The restaurant is currently hiring

Find the theater down at 7 Ludlow St. between Hester and Canal.

Image via @MetrographNYC


Anonymous said...

Nice to hear they're back. Metrograph, update your site so I can buy a membership!

Anonymous said...

Not worth the hassle. Masks,cdc cards, answering questions, social distancing. To see a movie? No thanks.

Anonymous said...

good news

Anonymous said...

ah yes, because your convenience is more important than other people’s lives 🙄 if you’re an antivaxxer/covid denier, just stay home

Anonymous said...

I'm not an anti vaxxer or covid denier. It's just too much of a hassle for a movie. It sets a terrible precedent regarding privacy and personal medical choice. What happened to questioning the govt and authority? When did the EV become unquestioned supporters of govt authority?