All theaters will be equipped with digital sound and projection and two will have 3-D capability.
"It's more in line with a bigger city, as opposed to a smaller town theater," Dieffenbach said.
The theater also aligns with the Americans with Disabilities Act to make parking, entering and exiting, buying tickets, sitting in the theaters and using restrooms easier for those with disabilities. Hearing-impaired receivers, closed-caption receivers and braille menus will be available upon request.
Mitchell Kirk is a staff reporter at the Pharos-Tribune. He can be reached at 574-732-5130 or email@example.com. Follow him: @PharosMAK
Box 1 Mary Max Cinemas Logansport 5 Three auditoriums with 29-foot wide screens and seating for about 75 Two auditoriums with 40-foot wide screens and seating for about 200 Stadium seating with high-back rocker chairs Digital projection and sound 3-D capability Arcade Party area Free refills on any size popcorn, soda and slush Box 2 Mary Max Cinemas Logansport 5 Prices Oct. 22 through 24: Free screenings of recently released movies, $2 suggested donation toward area organizations Starting Oct. 25 Early bird (before noon): $4.50 all ages Matinee (noon to 6 p.m.): $6 all ages Evening (after 6 p.m.): $8.50 ages 12 to 59 Fridays and Saturdays and $8 Sunday through Thursday, $6.50 ages 60 and older all nights, $6 ages six through 11 all nights, $7.50 U.S. military all nights. $4.50 ages 5 and younger all shows