Movies at The Capitol are BACK!

Oct 28 2020


October 16, 2020





Rachel Preisel

Marketing Coordinator






Flint, Mich. – The Capitol Theatre will reopen its doors on November 6 for movies.

“We’ve been preparing a plan for opening no later than six weeks after the governor announced the guidelines for indoor performing arts venues reopening,” says Rodney Lontine, Flint Institute of Music CEO. “We are bringing back and training staff, and preparing the theatre to meet all safety guidelines.”


Under the guidelines for indoor performing arts venues, the Capitol Theatre will be at 20 percent capacity. There here will be a maximum of 315 seats, although this may be less to accommodate for six feet of social distancing between families. Total capacity is normally 1,575.


The schedule for November is as follows:

November 6 - Remember the Titans - PG  7 p.m.
November 13 - The Commitments - R  7 p.m.
November 20 - Cool Hand Luke - PG  7 p.m.


Movies at the Capitol is sponsored by the Stella and Frederick Loeb Charitable Trust administered by Huntington Bank. This program is also a benefit of the Genesee County Arts Education and Cultural Enrichment Millage funds, saving Genesee County residents 50 percent.

Adult - $10
Children (12 & under) - $3
Genesee County Resident - $5 (saves 50%)
Genesee County Resident Children (12 & under) - $1.50 (saves 50%)

Tickets are for sale at the Ticket Center at The Capitol Theatre starting Monday, October 26. Hours are Monday – Thursday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Friday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., by phone at
(810) 237-7333 and online at


December will feature holiday movies. The Capitol Theatre is hopeful to be able to book concerts in early 2021. Announcements will be made when tickets go on sale.


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