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Brentwood: Delta Theater Just Weeks Away From Opening

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On Friday, Sean McCauley confirmed The Delta Theater is just weeks away from opening to the public.

According to McCauley, they will begin having soft openings in the end of May and by mid-June be fully opened to the public. Folks can also purchase tickets in advance while food and drinks will be available for purchase.

Between both theaters, it will hold approximately 200 people once the three-year project is complete–which began in 2020.

“This is the single biggest boost to downtown Brentwood as it will bring 1,000 people a day down to the downtown,” explained McCauley. “We will have locally sourced craft beer and wines, local sourced food and local advertising. We are trying to keep this as a local vintage Brentwood vibe.”

He also shared in the smaller theater, patrons will be able to host events such as potential speaking engagements, comedy night, watch parties or other local events.

“I get at least 20 questions a day on this theater but the support and excitement is what has kept the team and I going,” explained McCauley who highlighted its been a labor of love trying to remodel and update the movie theater. “We know it’s important to the city and downtown. We are really close. This galvanizes that we are now a social district in Brentwood and we are pretty proud of the job we have done.”

The movie theater will create 4 full-time jobs along with 20 part-time jobs. The theater will have a mixture of new and old movies, along with the ability to have local filmmakers share their short films.

“I am excited about the seating, the food, and the many small personal touches we added to the place that I think when people discover them, will enjoy the movie experience,” shared McCauley who said this will compliment the downtown. “We want to make sure we get it right.”

The theater is located at 641 Fist Street with ticket sales being $8 to $12 to ensure a hometown feel and bring back some nostalgia. For more information, www.deltatheater.com


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Kathy May 17, 2024 - 6:58 pm

Sounds great but parking in that area is already a huge problem. How will that be addressed?

David May 18, 2024 - 1:34 pm

It won’t and doesn’t really need to be. If it’s busy park a little farther away and walk. If that is a huge problem Uber or lyft there. Unless they start tearing out people’s homes there isn’t much in the way of real estate there to put in more parking. That theater has been there operating for decades. People will figure out parking the same as they always have.

Gino May 19, 2024 - 7:49 am

I find the mixture of movies old and new to be exciting news indeed. But what might be an old movie to you might seem more like a recent release to me. Could we actually go way back and have, say, a Charlie Chaplin night? Or early Hitchcock, perhaps? Or maybe classic film noir from the forties or fifties? Vintage Bogart as a possibility? I don’t know what cinematic strategies are being planned but I’m hoping the possibilities are endless and a fair representation of filmic history will be in the offing. If so, what a splendid jewel of culture and art it could rise to be.

John Masters May 19, 2024 - 8:36 am

Aren’t theaters closing down?.

Oh so they started in 2020 which means since then a lot has happened and it’s now a complete waste of money will be closed in 5 years.

Dee Pruitt May 19, 2024 - 12:49 pm

Yeah! This is a huge improvement to our town!

Susan Berg May 19, 2024 - 4:56 pm

That’s why they have a parking garage next to the city park

Street Sweeper May 20, 2024 - 9:22 am

Remember when people actually went to movie theaters? Brentwood is about 15 years behind on everything they do.

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