The original theater, George’s Theater, built by George Kiernan, was opened in October, 1915. By 1936 the theater had undergone a complete makeover, designed by famed theater architect John Eberson of New York. In 1978 the theater was sold and renamed the Sag Harbor Cinema.
Unfortunately, Sag Harbor Cinema’s façade was ultimately destroyed by fire in December, 2016. The theater is currently being rebuilt and restored in an effort to help preserve Sag Harbor’s historic Main Street and provide a haven for the showing of independent, foreign and documentary films on the East End of Long Island.
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