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After moving to St. George, Doug Stewart began thinking about creating an outdoor theatrical venue to provide night entertainment for the three million visitors to Zion National Park. Through his efforts, the Heritage Arts Foundation was established and construction on the Tuacahn Amphitheater and Center for the Performing Arts began. The 1,920-seat amphitheater opened on 5 April 1995 with a performance by the Utah Symphony and was dedicated by LDS President Gordon B. Hinckley three days later.

 
 
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Movies 6
(Layton Hills Starship Theatres)
 
800 West 1500 North
Layton, Utah
 
Status:
Demolished 
Auditoriums:
Open:
1980  
Closed:
After August 1992  
 
The Cinemark Movies 6 was built in 1980 as part of the new Layton Hills Mall.1  In 1990, Cinemark built the Movies 10 theater next to Movies 6. In December 1994, Cinemark announced that it would demolish Movies 6 in order to build a new 16-screen theater.2 The new theater was later named Tinseltown and had only 7 screens instead of the originally-planned 16.

1. "Chapter 10, Planning for the Future", A History of Davis County, by Glen M. Leonard
2. "Movie Mania in Layton: 36 Screen", Deseret News, 15 February 1995, page B3