Rialto Theatre Digital Projector Fund

The Rialto Theatre has been around since January 1931. It was built by Homer Graves to provide the town of Lancaster and the local area with a place to see the latest films. In it's 82 years, the Rialto has seen its ups and its downs including closing from 1999 until 2002 and then again the fall of 2011.Greg Cloutier & David Fuller JR under the company name Rialto Theatre, LLP purchased the theatre at auction with the goal of returning the beautiful historic theatre back to its glory. A mix of live entertainment and local events were added to the film schedule to make the Rialto a community theatre once again.


Now the Rialto struggles with a new problem, Go Digital or Go Dark. Hollywood has converted their feature films from 35mm film to digital hard drives. In order for the Rialto and other theatres to make this change, it requires a large investment. For the Rialto $85,000.00 is needed to make the change.



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in helping to keep this community theatre alive.
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Organizer

Dave Fuller 
Organizer
Lancaster, NH
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