Rosendale Theater hosts open house to show off improvements, woo new volunteers

March 18, 2013 06:30 AM | 0 0 comments | 23 23 recommendations | email to a friend | print
So much has been accomplished by the Rosendale Theatre Collective (RTC) in the past three years, since the community-based group bought out the beloved old tin-ceilinged moviehouse on Main Street, that it’s hard to fathom that it wasn’t all that long ago when rumors were flying that the Rosendale Theatre was in danger of going out of business. In an age when cozy single-screen neighborhood cinemas seem to be on the brink of extinction, the thought of Rosendale’s scrappy survivor being divided up into a glitzy multiplex or turned into condos horrified many local fans of the arts. But because enough of those concerned citizens put their heads, hands and pocketbooks together to do something about it, the story seems to be on its way to a happier ending.
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