It was December 1925 when the venerable Cedar-Lee Theatre first opened its doors, screening “The King On Main Street,” a silent film starring Adolphe Menjou.
Now with digital projection systems, live simulcasts, Hi-definition presentations from New York’s Metropolitan Opera, Moscow’s Bolshoi Ballet and London’s National Theatre, the Cedar-Lee Theatre continues to thrive.
Listen to Jonathan Forman in this exclusive CoolCleveland interview as he discusses the challenges and rewards of the changing film industry.
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