Movie theater closing on Route 30

Phoenix Theaters is closing its North Versailles location, effective Sept. 6, the company announced Monday.Labor Day will be the final chance to see a movie at the North Versailles Stadium 18 theater.”Though we reopened after the closing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been unable to attract back the customer base needed to survive,” Phoenix Theaters said in a statement. “The Hollywood studios are also releasing fewer titles and that limits the variety of films for the customers to attend. The increasing costs of goods has also put a strain on trying to be profitable.”In the statement, Phoenix thanked moviegoers who have visited the theater during its many years in the North Versailles community.”We know many people have memories of coming to the theater on dates, family gatherings, special occasions and just to enjoy a good movie. We appreciate all the patrons who have supported us over the years and hope they might come back in the next few weeks to enjoy one last movie with us,” the statement said. The theater is currently showing films such as “Top Gun: Maverick,” “Bullet Train,” “Nope,” ” Thor: Love and Thunder,” “Minions: The Rise of Gru” and “DC League of Super-Pets,” according to its website. Phoenix Theaters said current staff-level employees at North Versailles will be offered jobs at the company’s Bridgeville location . Anyone who has a gift card may use it at Bridgeville or get a refund online.”We thank our customers for allowing us to bring the movie magic into their lives. A sincere farewell from the management and staff,” the statement said.

Phoenix Theaters is closing its North Versailles location, effective Sept. 6, the company announced Monday.

Labor Day will be the final chance to see a movie at the North Versailles Stadium 18 theater.

“Though we reopened after the closing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been unable to attract back the customer base needed to survive,” Phoenix Theaters said in a statement. “The Hollywood studios are also releasing fewer titles and that limits the variety of films for the customers to attend. The increasing costs of goods has also put a strain on trying to be profitable.”

In the statement, Phoenix thanked moviegoers who have visited the theater during its many years in the North Versailles community.

“We know many people have memories of coming to the theater on dates, family gatherings, special occasions and just to enjoy a good movie. We appreciate all the patrons who have supported us over the years and hope they might come back in the next few weeks to enjoy one last movie with us,” the statement said.

The theater is currently showing films such as “Top Gun: Maverick,” “Bullet Train,” “Nope,” “Thor: Love and Thunder,” “Minions: The Rise of Gru” and “DC League of Super-Pets,” according to its website.

Phoenix Theaters said current staff-level employees at North Versailles will be offered jobs at the company’s Bridgeville location. Anyone who has a gift card may use it at Bridgeville or get a refund online.

“We thank our customers for allowing us to bring the movie magic into their lives. A sincere farewell from the management and staff,” the statement said.

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