Sturgeon Bay Cinema embraces costumes

Costumes being a potential problem at the movies has been explored on film for decades, ironically enough. Only after the shooting at an Aurora, Colorado theatre during The Dark Knight Rises did it make it onto the radars of cinema owners. In recent months, theatres across the country have banned costumes at screenings of It and Joker. Sturgeon Bay Cinema General Manager John Behringer said that was not an issue locally and costumes are seen by the theatre as a great way to enhance the movie experience.


There are plenty of superhero films slated for 2020. Costumes could work for other scheduled releases as well.


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