AMC MarquIs 16
100 Quarry Road,
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AMC Theatres (Official)
Operated by: AMC Theatres
Previously operated by: Bow Tie Cinemas, Crown Theatres LLC
Architects: James Thomas Martino
Functions: Movies (First Run)
Previous Names: Marquis Theatres
News About This Theater
- Apr 22, 2009 — Police seek clues in theater robbery
- Oct 15, 2007 — Connecticut Film Fest, Take 2
The Marquis 16 Theatres opened on November 11, 1994 and was operated by Crown Theatres. It started as a 10 screen theater, and six more screens were added in late-2000, along with an new large lobby and new rest rooms. Bow Tie bought this theater in 2006, and renovated it with stadium seating. It was renovated again in 2018 with recliners, and a full kitchen and bar were added. Bow Tie also converted the largest auditorium into one of its BTX premium large format auditoriums. The theater also has three party rooms.
AMC took over this location as of 4/18/22 and on April 22, 2022 it was renamed AMC Marquis 16.
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The Marquis opened as a 10 screen house in 1990, to replace the Crown 3 at the Trumbull Mall (formerly a UA Dimension 150 house). Four years later, six additional stadium-seating screens were added.
Bow Tie Cinemas assumed operation of this facility on 11/17/06.
This opened on November 11th, 1994 with 10 cinemas. More screens were added later in 2001.
The Crown Marquis was designed by Port Washington, New York, architect James Thomas Martino.
The original 10 auditoriums were standard orchestra seating, and the 6 that were added later were stadium seating. Sometime after Bow Tie took over, all the original auditoriums were retrofitted to stadium seating.
Please update 1514 seats
Please update, theatre opened November 11, 1994
Please update, the six additional screens were added in late 2000
Please update, effective April 22 it is now the AMC Marquis 16