Exterior 1If you enjoy going to the movies, the GEM Theater in Panguitch, Utah is a must see.  The 1930’s art deco style single screen theater and old fashioned ice cream parlor was acquired by John Crandall in January, 2013.  The theater, which was originally built in 1909, accommodates live productions and musical arts in addition to first run movies.  The Childs Family fully renovated the 141 seat movie theater in 2011 to feature a VIP Balcony with premium seating.  In addition, they converted the theater lobby into a 1950’s vintage ice cream parlor featuring hand-dipped, homemade ice cream.
The new owners, who also own a theater in Kamas, UT, are excited to be a part of the Panguitch Community.  They will be opening the Theater on weekends in addition to their regular summer hours.  If you are looking for a one of a kind theater experience, you have to try the GEM.  Neil Walter with NAI UtahSouthern Region assisted with the sale.