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While Hollywood hits the pause button on new films Sun-Ray is introducing a new private rental program that puts you back in your favorite theatre sooner than later. Here’s what you need to know:
Reserve a date and time that works for your schedule.
Pick pretty much whatever you want to play.
Invite up to 15 guests.
Enjoy classic Sun-Ray concession options including selected items from our full menu, beer, wine, and of course the best popcorn bar none with custom fixins.
Base rates start at $95 per screening.
Can I really watch whatever I want?
Any movie available on Blu-Ray or DVD is easy peasy. Multiple consecutive blocks are available for double and triple features. You can also watch a highly anticipated TV event, binge an entire season of a series through a streaming service, or screen home movies. Oh, or have your screening on 35mm!
What can I eat?
Whatever’s on our menu, and maybe some stuff that’s not. Choose from a few options:
Guests order from the concession stand off our regular menu, we bring the food to your seat. Run a tab or do cash bar
Fountain soda by the glass or pitcher, bottled drinks, beer and wine. Cash bar or run a tab.
All day Spaghetti Western with spaghetti and all the trimmings? Wizard Marathon needs chocolate frogs? Dream big, baby. We’ll work with you.
Can I play video games?
Sure! You need to provide the system and we’d plan for a “test run” to ensure there are no disappointments on your big day.
What precautions is Sun-Ray taking to ensure safety for guests and employees?
Sun-Ray Cinema will be staffing only employees who have been self isolating and in a good state of health since closure. All employees will wear face masks and gloves, and screenings will be scheduled so that deep cleaning can be performed on all surfaces before the next reservation.
It is recommended that all attendees have spent time self isolating, and are in a state of good health for a minimum of 3 weeks prior to the date of the reservation and not have conditions that place them at high risk according to the CDC.