446 14th Street,
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Functions: Movies (First Run)
Previous Names: Aztec Theater
The Midway Theater in Burlington, Colorado was constructed in 1916. It is a beautiful, retro theater with a 1970’s era lobby and concession stand and a 1950’s era auditorium. It is owned by Mr. Darold Albertson who purchased it in around 1990, after working in the theater for several years and the Burlington Drive-In outside of town.
It has a small balcony that flanks the projection booth but is no longer used. The projection booth was converted from Brenkert Projectors running 2000' reels to platters and a Monee Projector and Xenon Lamphouse in around 1998. The theater still packs in a good crowd.
I attended a screening of “Blades of Glory” on April 21st, 2007 and the family who runs it is quite friendly and the presentation is very good. Showtime was at 8pm and tickets were $5.00 for adults. The Midway Theater was closed in 2013. It had reopened by 2017.
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