MONDAY JUNE 27 & TUESDAY JUNE 28 THEATRE CLOSED

WEDNESDAY JUNE 29 PRIVATE EVENT

     
   


THURSDAY JUNE 30

 
     
   


FRIDAY JULY 1

SING ALONG WEST SIDE STORY Fri 7:00; Sun 2:00, 7:00

Hosted by Sara Moore & Laurie Bushman

Romeo and Juliet gets re-located to the streets of New York City in this ever-popular adaptation of the long-running Bernstein/Sondheim Broadway show. Sing along to this timeless classic with Natalie Wood, Richard Beymer, Russ Tamblyn and Rita Moreno! Grab your bag of goodies at the door! Winner of 10 Oscars® including Best Picture and Best Director for Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins. (1961, full program run appox 180 min, 35mm 'Scope)


NO PASSES FOR THESE ENGAGEMENTS
Special Admission: $16 general / $11 kids (12-) & seniors (62+)
Tickets may be purchased day of show at our box office or in advance via TicketWeb.

 
     
   


SATURDAY JULY 2 SPECIAL EVENT

SCARY COW 29TH SHORT FILM FESTIVAL Show stars at 2:00

Scary Cow is a Bay Area co-op that makes short films using a community oriented model that empowers anyone with a passion for the art. We believe that the best way to learn filmmaking is by making films with like-minded enthusiasts. With over 250 shorts screened to date, filmmakers continue to shine with several entries on the film festival circuit. We give back to our members and have awarded over $250,000 in budget money to date. So come support emerging filmmakers and vote for your favorite films. There’s something for everyone! More info and tickets at www.scarycow.com.

 
     
   


SUNDAY JULY 3

SING ALONG WEST SIDE STORY Fri 7:00; Sun 2:00, 7:00

Hosted by Sara Moore & Laurie Bushman

Romeo and Juliet gets re-located to the streets of New York City in this ever-popular adaptation of the long-running Bernstein/Sondheim Broadway show. Sing along to this timeless classic with Natalie Wood, Richard Beymer, Russ Tamblyn and Rita Moreno! Grab your bag of goodies at the door! Winner of 10 Oscars® including Best Picture and Best Director for Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins. (1961, full program run appox 180 min, 35mm 'Scope)


NO PASSES FOR THESE ENGAGEMENTS
Special Admission: $16 general / $11 kids (12-) & seniors (62+)
Tickets may be purchased day of show at our box office or in advance via TicketWeb.

 

MONDAY JULY 4 & TUESDAY JULY 5 THEATRE CLOSED

     
   


WEDNESDAY JULY 6 DOUBLE FEATURE

WHEN WE WERE KINGS 7:00

On October 30, 1974, perhaps the most famous heavyweight championship boxing match of all time took place in Kinshasa, Zaire: the "Rumble in the Jungle" between champion George Foreman and challenger Muhammad Ali. Via historical footage and new interviews, Leon Gast’s penetrating documentary explores the relationship between African-Americans and the African continent during the Black Power era in terms of both popular culture and international politics, including the brutality of then-dictator Mobutu Sese Seko. (1996, 88 min, 35mm)

+ THE GREATEST 8:45

With Muhammad Ali cast as himself, this biopic covers Ali's life from his "Cassius Clay" days to the celebrated Ali/George Foreman bout. Along the way, the film focuses on his conversion to Islam and the potentially career-breaking decision not to serve in the Army. Ernest Borgnine plays Ali's first trainer Angelo Dundee, Roger E. Mosley appears as Sonny Liston and James Earl Jones is Malcolm X. As director Tom Gries died during production, Monte Hellman was brought in to complete the film. (1977, 101 min, 35mm)

 
 
 
 
 
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