3D Projection meets small town cinema
PRYOR, OK — Evolving with the times once again, the Allred Theater is installing 3D projection to continue providing the best movie going experience to its patrons. According to The Daily Times, the local newspaper, “The Allred is the oldest continuously operating theater in the nation that is making this complete transition.”
The first phase of installation will begin March 16th. Gene Oliver, the owner of the Allred, says “The Allred is the first small-town independently owned theater in Green Country to commit to Digital/3D film projection. It also has the highest year to date increases of any theater in Green Country.” (Quote from the Daily Times)
The Allred Theater, in Pryor, Oklahoma, is a 5-screen Art Deco theater built in 1917. The theater is equipped with DTS digital sound throughout.
To see the press realease, visit The Daily Times.