Screenland Theatre at the Crossroads
1701 McGee Street,
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Functions: Movies (First Run)
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Located in downtown Kansas City on the edge of the Crossroads and Film Row districts at 1656 Washington Street. The 150-seat Screenland opened in 2004 in a renovated 1913 cold storage facility. The marquee was rescued from the historic Isis Theatre (closed 1970/demolished 1977) where the young Walt Disney showed some of his earliest, locally made cartoons.
The facility is described as a creative office center with office spaces, a movie theatre and 9,000 square foot event center which features local and movie nostalgia.
The theatre’s interior is very retro, intimate and comfortable and includes twelve posh red-leather recliners in the front row and a 26 foot screen. Also enjoy your movie with a locally brewed Boulevard Beer.
Films include a myriad of independent features, art, foreign, and short films that otherwise wouldn’t get screen time in Kansas City.
In early-2015 the Screenland Theatre at the Crossroads relocated to nearby McGee Street, which has 95 seats.
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Correction to above- Isis was closed in 1970, demolished in June 1997.
The theatre has moved to 1701 McGee. It is open for business and is also home the TapCade bar.