New Theater in Marquette to Open this Friday, May 16
Artist’s rendering of the new Marquette multiplex theater. (Thomas Theatre Group image)
Marquette, Michigan – May 14, 2014 – Thomas Theatre Marquette is set to open their doors at 1525 Commerce Drive in Marquette this Friday, May 16.
The newest theater in Marquette boasts 10 screens with leather high-back chairs and stadium style seating, state-of-the-art digital projection and sound systems, and will seat approximately 1,200 people. Thomas Theatre Marquette also has the only Large Format Screen (35′ tall by 60′ wide) in the Upper Peninsula.
Thomas Theatre Marquette also has a party room for birthdays, corporate events, meetings or celebrations of any kind and an intimate VIP theater with all VIP seating available for rent.
The design and architecture of the building was inspired by the history and traditions of the U.P. and the Marquette area. Tom Andes, president of the Thomas Theatre Group, is no stranger to the Marquette area; his great grandfather built the Delft Theater. Andes has been heading up his 90-year-old family business since 2010 and has three theaters in the Upper Peninsula.
Thomas Theatre Group is involved in the communities in which they operate and support many organizations nationally and locally. For more information about the organizations they support, visit the TTG Corporate site.
See you at the movies!
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