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The Traverse City State Theater (referred to as "The State' by locals) has been completely renovated in recent years. In addition to the charming decor, it has updated sound and screen technology and really comfy seats. This theater is run as a non-profit and almost...More
We were recommended by Angela at the Best Western Plus hotel. We are movie buffs and like the hometown movie theatres. What a gem of a theatre. We loved the balcony and the friendly staff. (Which are all volunteers) while in Traverse you need to...More
The state theatre is a beautifully refurbished thestre that has been a tradition on front street for years! It now has super comfortable chairs with the nostalgic curtains and ambiance of an old theatre from the years long past. If they’re playing a good movie...More
The State is always a pleasure. The volunteer staff is always great. The prices are well below the big box theaters. The movie sound, seating and viewing is way above average. Love the active star lit ceiling between movies.
The State theatre embodies what one hopes to experience when enjoying an evening out. The staff are very friendly and enjoy sharing their passion for movies. The concession prices are very reasonable and the theatre is gorgeous!
Come one, come all! If you are looking for a real movie experience look no further. Bright lights, huge screen, even a BALCONY!!! The mediocre movie seemed amazing in this lovely theater. This perfectly maintained place makes you feel like you are seeing a movie...More
This is a classic theater experience that is unlike any of the "big box" multi screen venues around. Popcorn is sold by volunteers and it isn't going to break your bank. They show only really good films and the sound quality and seating are fantastic.