Studio C Cappa is a Studio C stage that was introduced in June 2004 and was installed in smaller Chuck E. Cheese locations. It is a downsized and cheaper version of "Studio C Beta".

The original version of the Cappa had a mirror background behind Chuck. This version of the Cappa (also referred as "Studio C Gamma") would only be produced in Summer 2003 and was installed in six locations: Waco, Texas, Joplin, Missouri, Grand Junction, Colorado, Jackson, Tennessee, Goldsboro, North Carolina, and Muskegon, Michigan.

The final Studio C Cappa store to open was Johnson City, TN in March 2005. After that, the Cappa's production would be replaced with the Beta Cappa Mix for good until production ceased in Late 2006.

About The StageEdit

This stage features three TV screens and underneath them is a small Chuck E. Cheese sign. Below that is a wide blue screen. The stage has the cheaper 16-movement Chuck E. Cheese animatronic. There are no curtains, as curtains were discontinued at around this point in time. There are very few lights, and most locations with this stage have Chuck E. Cheese wearing a red hat, a blue shirt with a yellow C, and gray khaki pants. In 2010, with the discontinuation of the blue screen, a mural that was also offered with the Beta Cappa Mix was offered for replacing.

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