The Playhouse Theatre opened on December 5, 1925, operated by the Playhouse Operating Co. There are many features of this former vaudeville house still intact–the auditorium walls, lobby, and façade are all still original.
In 1980, the theatre was split into four screens by United Artists with two downstairs and two upstairs (balcony). The building also featured 12 dressing rooms and a stage, which is still there. Clearview Cinemas subsequently bought out the theatre until 2013 when Bow-Tie Cinemas took over most Clearview locations, including this one. It was closed April 17, 2014.
The new Mamaroneck Cinemas is now part of a family of independently run theaters, including Cobble Hill Cinemas, Kew Gardens Cinemas and Williamsburg Cinemas in New York City. The family has been in the movie theater business for over 40 years. The newly restored theater has 8 auditoriums, each featuring luxury reclining loungers, state-of-the-art laser projection, and Dolby Digital 7.1 sound.
Formerly used for live performances, the piece de la resistance- the Dolby Atmos Auditorium is the original core of the building and will be the largest of the 8 auditoriums. It features 4K laser projection and Dolby Atmos sound for 360 degrees of total emersive sound
If customer views the entire film, there are no refunds or passes issued.
PLEASE HAVE YOUR ID READY
Bargain Tuesdays and Thursdays all seats $12 day and night
All seats $12 Mon-Fri up until 5pm
Sat and Sun first show of the day up until 2pm all seats $12
We enforce the MPAA policy for Rated features.
Bags will be checked & Returned at the end of the show. Thank you in advance!
Parking in the rear of building has up to 4 hour meters