Metrograph Emerges from Pandemic Sidelines Tomorrow
Movie theaters around the city have been up and running for months. Now, it’s time to usher in the return of the Metrograph on the Lower East Side.
The Ludlow Street film house announced its reopening back in June, and will see curtains lifted tomorrow. With Metrograph 2.0, cinema buffs have the option to join a membership program that offers both theater and home streaming options on Apple TV/Fire TV/Roku ($5 per month with $10 movie tickets).
Metrograph, founded by clothier Alexander Olch, debuted at 7 Ludlow Street in 2016. It spent the last year-and-a-half on the coronavirus-induced sidelines.