Regency Theatres Tamarac Square Cinemas
7777 E. Hampden Avenue,
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Previous Names: Mann Tamarac Square 6, Madstone Tamarac Square
Originally built along with the Tamarac Square mall and opened by Mann Theatres on December 17, 1976, it is said that the Tamarac Square 6 was the first "all stereo" multiplex in the state. To accomplish this, some stereo sound systems were removed from other Mann Theatres of the day, such as the Kipling Place 6 and relocated to the Tamarac. Seating was provided for 400, 400, 450, 250, 250 & 250.
Mann operated the complex until May 2002 when Madstone Theaters redesigned and reopened the place as a location for independent and foreign films. Madstone completely redesigned the lobby and added a lounge area where alcoholic beverages were served (but these could not be taken into the auditoriums). They also redecorated the auditoriums and changed the numbering of them into letters. What was once auditoriums 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 are now C, F, E, D, B and A.
Madstone went out of business about two years later and the theater sat dormant for several months. Regency Theatres bought the lease and reopened with an emphasis on independent films but they also played some mainstream product as well. Alcohol could now be taken into the auditoriums and the projection booth was given an overhaul with Dolby Digital sound in each auditorium and other more modern equipment. Seats in many of the auditoriums were also replaced.
Regency Theatres closed the Tamarac Square Cinemas on January 24, 2011 and it was demolished.
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