The Cedar Lee Theater opened in 1925 and has been a favorite cinema for movie fanatics in Greater Cleveland ever since. Originally a single-screen movie house, the Cedar Lee now has a total of four theaters and two screening rooms that it uses to show a number of different types of films. Cult-film favorites from all eras, movies by local filmmakers, independent features, documentaries, and Hollywood releases all fill the schedule. And other specialty offerings include midnight screenings, director’s retrospectives, and high-definition broadcasts of opera and ballet productions.
The Cedar Lee Theater Information
- Public Transportation: Good (steps from RTA buses 32 and 40 at Cedar Road/Lee Road)
- Performances/Programs: Independent and mainstream films, as well as documentaries and classics; frequently screens cult classics like the Rocky Horror Picture Show
- Ticket Prices: $9 adults; students $8; matinées (all shows before 3 p.m.) $6.50; seniors and children 5–12 are $6; children under 5 not admitted at any time.