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The Prospector Theater in Ridgefield, Connecticut is still under construction, but movies are now being shown in a storefront location called the Prospector Theater's Pop-Up Shop.
The Ridgefield Press published an article recently about the new operation, and the work that is progressing:
“We want to bring white-gloved ushers back, to open the doors and welcome our audiences,” said the Prospector Theater’s Valerie Jensen.
“Other theaters are interested in seeing how few people they can operate with. We’re approaching this from the opposite.”
Ms. Jensen is the founder and activating spirit of the Prospector, under construction on the site of the old Playhouse movie theater on Prospect Street — and also of the Prospector Pop-Up, a storefront at 454 Main Street that is bringing movies and other programing to town in advance of the big theater’s opening this summer.
While the building on Prospect Street is still under construction, the Prospector has already begun hosting events — and movies — at the Prospector Pop-Up, a storefront at 454 Main Street with seating for 40 and a big-screen, high-end media system that gives the feel of a theater.
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