Boraie and The Provident Bank Foundation Team Up to Give New Brunswick Free Movies In Summer 2016

In New Brunswick, New Jersey, the State Theater has announced that there are going to be some free movies this summer that will be open to the public. The initiative, Free Summer Movies Series, is sponsored by Boraie Development and The Provident Bank Foundation, according to The New Jersey Stage.

Some of the different movies that will be shown include Frozen (July 12th), E.T the Extra-Terrestrial (July 19th), Despicable Me 2 (July 26th), Babe (August 2nd), Monsters University (August 9th), and Aladdin (August 16th). The times for the movies are 10:30am and 7:00pm. The tickets are free to the public. Read more: Explainer: How Downtown New Brunswick Has Emerged From Its Doldrums

These movies will be shown at the State Theatre, which is a historic 1921 movie palace. This venue is one of New Jersey’s highest regarded venues to watch live performances.

The people who come to see the movies will enjoy a second-to-none experience. Not only will they be able to watch their free movies in HD, but they will also be able to view it on a 46-foot Stewart film screen with a Barco projector, while hearing it in digital surround sound.

Not only does this venue feature the ultimate movie-goer experience, but there are many different places to sit. The venue seats up to 1,850 people. This theater also features a downstairs section and an upstairs balcony. These various seating arrangements also bring back nostalgia for older patrons.

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