The Concrete Theatre is OPEN!

F9: The Fast Saga

Playing July 23, 24, 25, 2021
Friday at 7:00 p.m.
Saturday at 4:00 and 7:00 p.m.
Sunday at 5:00 p.m.
PG-13

2h 23min

“The Fast franchise is more over the top than ever, but who needs a believable story when you have wall-to-wall action?”

Vin Diesel’s Dom Toretto is leading a quiet life off the grid with Letty and his son, little Brian, but they know that danger always lurks just over their peaceful horizon. This time, that threat will force Dom to confront the sins of his past if he’s going to save those he loves most.

His crew joins together to stop a world-shattering plot led by the most skilled assassin and high-performance driver they’ve ever encountered: a man who also happens to be Dom’s forsaken brother, Jakob.

BOX OFFICE opens 30 minutes before showtime.
TICKETS:
General Admission, $9

Youth/Senior, $8

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Act One Ice Cream Parlor is OPEN!
The newest — ONLY — ice cream parlor for miles around is now open next door to the Concrete Theatre. Actually, it’s INSIDE the Concrete Theatre, where you’ll also purchase your movie and event tickets, our famous hot buttered popcorn and other treats to take into the Main Auditorium (Sorry, ice cream is only allowed in Cinema Two.)

Act One Ice Cream Parlor is open Wednesday and Thursday, noon to 7:00 p.m.; Friday, Saturday, Sunday, noon to 8:00 p.m.
We offer premium ice cream in freshly-baked waffle cones, sundaes, Italian sodas and a variety of espresso drinks.
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Our Recent Expansion
Our goal was to create an event center in Concrete where we can offer movies, events, live performances, music and more — all with an eye towards engagement, education and entertainment. With the opening of Act One Ice Cream Parlor in June 2021, that vision is coming together.

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Background
In March 2020, we purchased the building next door to the Theatre, originally built in 1915 and known for decades as the Monrad Grocery (photo on left). In the last few years, the space had been used primarily for storage and as a residence.

Transforming a neglected building into something amazing has taken a ton of time and resources. Luckily, Fred (center photo below) is a man of many talents and was able to do a lot of the work himself (in between work for his other business, Cinema Septic!). We’re also lucky to have hired many skilled craftsmen and talented women who helped with the project.