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Racquet Club Theatre
(Park City Racquet Club)
 
1200 Little Kate Road
Park City, Utah 84060
(435) 615-5400
http://www.parkcity.org/
 
Status:
Open 
Total Seats:
602 
Open:
January 2005  
 

The Racquet Club Theatre is a 600-seat screening location in the Park City Racquet Club, a recreation center the city bought from the condo association to serve as a venue for the Sundance Film Festival.[1]

The Racquet Club hosted the closing-night awards ceremony for years before becoming a full-time screening location, starting with the Dramatic Competition in 2005.
[2]

The Racquet Club features a fitness center, cardio loft, seven tennis courts, leisure and lap pools, Jacuzzi, saunas, and a gymnasium.
[3]


1. "Sundance Film Festival buoys Park City businesses, frays nerves", 15 January 2009, Salt Lake Tribune
2. "Movieland: The Sundance Film Festival expands its theater base", Deseret Morning News, 21 January 2005
3. "Park City Raquet Club", www.parkcity.org, January 2009