The Cary Theater Media Kit
Located at 122 E. Chatham St., The Cary Theater lights up downtown with its mission to provide a unique setting for the community to experience art house cinema and live performances that enhance the cultural arts experience in Cary. Originally constructed in 1946 to serve as the town’s first indoor movie theater, The Cary was meticulously restored in 2014 to create a vibrant space downtown for independent film, live performances, comedy, improv, as well as other arts events. The Cary Theater is owned and operated by Cary’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources.
The Cary Logo
On May 31, 2023, The Cary unveiled a new logo for the venue. Files are provided here and should replace the use of any previous versions. Do not hesitate to reach out to theater supervisor Lani Simeona if you have questions about which logo to use.
Various file versions are available for different uses on light and dark backgrounds. Those logo file versions can be found at the links below.
Social Media Guidelines
This is a family-friendly venue and social media platforms are forums designed to represent The Cary Theater performances. Comments and wall posts are monitored and the expectation is that all discourse will be clean and directed solely to this topic.
Posting on any of the theater’s social media pages, you accept and consent to follow the guidelines established by the Town of Cary.
Posts to this website or any of The Cary’s social media pages are subject to the North Carolina Public Records Act and subject to inspection and copying by the public as stipulated therein.