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Triton Cinema Sign

The grand entrance of the Triton Cinema.

"There she is… lil' tyke wants to be in pictures. Real cute."
―Stanley Poole[src]

Triton Cinema (also known as Triton Theater) is a large movie palace located in the southern portion of Dionysus Park



A bloody scene in the projection booth.

The theater's name is likely derived from the Greek God and messenger of the sea, Triton (not to be confused with his father Poseidon, who inspired Poseidon Plaza), who has the tail of a fish and the upper body of a human with shoulders covered in barnacles. A character similar to this is also depicted inside the theater. This cinema is Dionysus Park's equivalent of the Fleet Hall, where experimental films like The Black Dream were shown.

When Dionysus Park experienced a cataclysmic flood in 1959, many people perished in the theater. However, a handful managed to carry on by taking refuge in a large air pocket encompassing the upper part of the balcony and the projection booth. Here they held out hope for the possibility of rescue, but it never came. In the end, the survivors' will diminished even before their rations ran out. They chose a quick bullet over slow starvation and unrelenting despair.

BioShock 2Edit

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Stanley Poole has taken control of the train station and tasked Subject Delta with the endeavor of taking care of Little Sisters harvesting in the Park before they uncover something important. Delta is required to go here to deal with one of the three girls.

The Triton is located just off the Gallery Entrance. The hall to the movie house is less than welcoming. Just beyond the far window, a corpse caught in a rope floats in the sea. Far more dangerous is the Grenade Launcher Turret set up across from the El Ammo Bandito Vending Machine which will fire as soon as Delta ventures within range. If the rockets don't take him out, the Spider Splicer working on it just might.

The LobbyEdit


The snack bar is still flooded.

The lobby consists of the entrance, the path to the Lounge, a snack bar, and the restrooms. Like the rest of the park, it's suffered some pretty significant damage. Delta can enter the ticket booth for the Cinema by using a jolt of Electro Bolt to unlock the rusty door. Inside the booth are a trio of Proximity Mines and a briefcase containing an EVE Hypo and a First Aid Kit. Besides the booth there are two smaller counters, a Bot Shutdown Panel, and a Health Station.

The concession stand sold various foods for the movie goers, such as Pep Bars, Canned Fruit, and Hop-Up Soda. Bar tables and chairs set up around the concession stand made the area a relaxing place where people could enjoy each others company between flicks. Now the place is flooded and the furniture is left floating in the wash.

The restrooms near the snack bar are quite large, and feature adverts for Salty's Potato Chips, Dionysus Park, Pin Money Women's Apparel, Incinerate!, Rapture Masquerade Ball 1959 and even a Gene Bank. When Subject Delta arrives, they're in serious disrepair, and most of the stalls cannot be opened anymore. Delta finds the Gene TonicElectrical Storm in the "Dames" restroom. After picking the tonic up, a Spider Splicer will jump the player from the ceiling.

The LoungeEdit

Triton dance

A loving couple dancing in the Lounge.

The Triton Cinema Lounge is a small exclusive area with a bar, seating area, and a jukebox. This facility offered a more intimate atmosphere and wider variety of cuisine than the concession stand. The bar sold a wide variety of alcohol including Old Harbinger Beer, Moonbeam Absinthe, Tate Merlot, and Old Tom Whiskey. Food was served from chafing dishes in the buffet. The jukebox still works and a pair of Houdini Splicers are slow dancing to music.

Behind the bar is a back room where the dry goods, higher-quality spirits, and other supplies were stored. At the time of Subject Delta's arrival, it is flooded and must be hacked to open. The bookkeeping, finances, and other important documents were also tended to in here along with the business' safe. Upon cracking the vault, a group of Splicers will spawn outside the room.

The TheaterEdit

Triton theater

The floor of the theater was heavily damaged by seawater.

The theater itself has a floor and a balcony, and has 240 seats: 84 on the balcony and 156 on the ground floor. The projection booth consists of two rooms: an office and the projection room, itself. Strangely enough, when Subject Delta arrives, the projector is still running.

New DiscoveriesEdit

Single Use EventsEdit

  • There are 2 ADAM corpses.

New Plasmids and Tonics (Found)Edit

Audio DiariesEdit


Concept Art and ModelsEdit

In-Game ImagesEdit

Behind the ScenesEdit

  • Like many locations in Rapture, the Triton Cinema was named from Greek mythology. Triton was a Greek god and the messenger of the sea. As film is just another form of communication, the Triton Cinema delivered the message of the directors and filmmakers to the people of Rapture.[3]
  • The stage in the theater is an exact replica of the Fleet Hall's stage in Fort Frolic, with the same statues and decorations.
  • In the "Gents" restroom there are three stalls. The first stall is closed, but the player can pass through it without resistance and the door will open fully. This reveals an Easter Egg left by one of the developers: graffiti on the stall that says "Jeremy was here!"
  • The Splicers in the Lounge will attack if approached by the player. However, if one of the Splicers is killed very quickly (such as by a few headshots from the Rivet Gun), the other Splicer will stop fighting, kneel over the dead Splicer's corpse, and start weeping, completely ignoring the player from that point on. However, if the fight takes too long, the other Splicer may simply disappear mid-teleport when the first one is killed.


  1. BioShock 2 – Cohen Theatre on Opus Artz' Website
  2. BioShock 2 – Fleethall Theatre on Opus Artz' Website
  3. Triton on Wikipedia

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