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Covid-19 Theater Info

This site contains the most complete listing of North Bay, Wine Country, and North Coast theaters. Feel free to comment if you approve or would change what's noted on any of the pages.

The site owner is not affiliated with any theater or studio, does not have inside information or passes, and has no influence over what's showing anywhere except in his own home.

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I'll try to collect and share theater info about their return to business as it becomes available. I've noted each of the theaters and will note their planned opening date and links to any additional information they provide.

Marin County has made a really bad choice by eliminating concession sales at theaters. For those of you who don't know, studios take the majority of money from ticket sales, so theaters are dependent on concession sales to pay for almost all their bills including payroll. Our "leaders" don't really understand the impact on many of the businesses they restrict. They also make such decisions without any evidence that movie theaters (anywhere in the world) have been the origin of a Covid infection. You can hear the shallow consideration and generalizations (including Dr. Willis' noting that 'the other counties did it' at about 1 hour) HERE. If you'd like to complain, the Marin Supervisors can be found HERE, and the contact form for the Supervisors can be found HERE.

For reference here's the State's Guidance (is guidance a requirement?) for Movie Theaters.
Industry Guidance: Movie Theaters and Family Entertainment Centers

The National Association of Theatre Owners and 310 companies representing over 30,000 screens nationwide have come together to commit to implementing expert-backed industry-specific health and safety protocols. Many of the North Bay theaters are included in that group. Click here to see the protocols and theater commitments

From the looks of it, don't expect to see any smiles unless they're printed on a mask.

Some of the theaters have added reserved seating to ensure social distancing. You'd be wise to buy tickets in advance to ensure you're able to be seated if your local theater is open. Remember, the State's guidance allows only 25% of the seats (up to 100) in any auditorium, and a county may be even more restrictive.

Theater Opening Theater Information
Marin County
Century CinemaPermanently Closed
Century LarkspurTBDThe Cinemark Standard
Century NorthgateOpen, no concessionsThe Cinemark Standard
Century RegencyOpen, no concessionsThe Cinemark Standard
Century Rowland PlazaOpen, no concessionsThe Cinemark Standard
CinéArts SequoiaTBDThe Cinemark Standard
Fairfax 6 TheatresTBD
Lark TheaterTBDLark Streams Web Page
Smith Rafael Film CenterTBDRafael @Home website
Tiburon PlayhousePermanently Closed
Sonoma County
Airport Stadium 12TBDWhat To Expect
Boulevard 14 CinemasTBDCinema West Covid Protocols
The CloverTBD
Petaluma Cinema Series 
Raven Film CenterPermanently Closed
Rialto CinemasTBDRialto Cinemas® | Virtual Cinema
Rohnert Park 16TBD
Roxy Stadium 14TBDWhat To Expect
Sebastiani TheaterTBDSebastiani at Home
Sonoma 9 CinemasPermanently Closed
Sonoma Film Institute 
Summerfield CinemasTBDWhat To Expect
3rd Street Cinema 6TBD
Napa County
Cameo CinemaTBDCameo on Demand
Century Napa ValleyTBDThe Cinemark Standard
Mendocino/Lake Counties
Arena TheaterTBDLive & Telecast Events
Clearlake Stadium CinemaOpen
Coast CinemasTBD
Lakeport Cinema 5TBD
Noyo TheatreTBD
Regal Ukiah Stadium 6TBDRegal's Coronavirus Response