108 Year Old Fort Worth Theater teams up with New York Movie Studio to delight and appall.
Downtown Cowtown at the Isis and Troma Entertainment present “Troma Tuesday” on Tuesday May 24. This event will feature local artists and vendors at 5pm followed by a free public screening of Troma’s “Graduation Day” from 1981 at 8pm.
About Downtown Cowtown at the Isis
Formerly, the New Isis Theater opened in 1914, featuring a single screen for silent films with live piano accompaniment. The venue thrived until 1988, when the doors finally closed. The building sat empty and decaying for 30+ years until its complete glorious restoration in 2021, executed by Dr. Jeffrey Smith and Debbie Garret-Smith.
Now, preserving 108 years of historical significance, Downtown Cowtown at the Isis reclaims the corner of 24th and Main as the home of all things entertainment. This 500-seat multipurpose venue boasts a green room, state-of-the-art 7.1 surround sound, an upstairs private event area with a dedicated bar, a top-tier cocktail lounge downstairs, and plenty of concessions and merch to make the experience unforgettable.
Movie Mutant/Downtown Cowtown at the Isis Marketing Director, Greg TeGantvoort, has cultivated a relationship with the people at Troma Studios to present one-of-a-kind films for local and touring moviegoers familiar with the cult films as well as people looking for a truly unique form of entertainment. “I’m thrilled to have the opportunity that Troma has given us. Their cult classics are a mainstay in the movie world. Downtown Cowtown at the Isis is open and ready to entertain.”
Downtown Cowtown at the Isis Theater strengthens its historic neighborhood by providing visitors with one-of-a-kind experiences that entertain, inspire, and support equality and inclusion. For additional information, visit www.downtowncowtown.com, call 817-808-6390,
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