Tickets

Sidemen: Long Road to Glory  Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk Art House Theater Day Silents, Please!
Weds. 9/20: 7:30PM Fri. 9/22: 7:00PM Revolting Rhymes Spies (1928)
Thurs. 9/21: 7:30PM Sat. 9/23: 4:00PM Matinee! Sun. 9/24: 11:00AM Sun. 9/24: 2:00PM
Sat. 9/23: 7:00PM
Sun. 9/24: 5:00PM
Mon. 9/25: 7:30PM
Tues. 9/26: 7:30PM
Weds. 9/27: 7:30PM
Thurs. 9/28: 7:30PM
Art House Theater Day Weekend at Hogwarts: Potter’s Pizza & Pajama Party   The Rocky Horror Picture Show  Victor Crowley
Lucky Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone Sat. 10/7: 11:45PM Mon. 10/9: 8:00PM
Sun. 9/24: 8:00PM Fri. 9/29: 5:30PM Sat. 10/14: 11:45PM
Sat. 10/21: 11:45PM
Fri. 10/27: 11:45PM
Sat. 10/28: 11:45PM
Exhibition on Screen Breakfast and a Movie A Silent Voice Effects (1980)
Goya: Visions of Flesh and Blood What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962) Sun. 10/22: 2:00PM 4K Restoration
Sat. 10/14: 2:00PM Sun. 10/15: 10:15AM Fri. 10/6: 7:00PM
Sun. 10/15: 4:30PM Sat. 10/7: 7:00PM 9:00PM
Sun. 10/8: 7:00PM
The Invincible Czars  The Old Dark House (1932) Annual Halloween Party Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1920) New Restoration The Lost Boys (1987) 4K Restoration
Tues. 10/10: 7:30PM Fri. 10/13: 7:00PM Sat. 10/21: 8:00PM Sun. 10/22: 7:00PM
Sat. 10/14: 4:30PM Matinee! Mon. 10/23: 7:30PM
Sun. 10/15: 2:00PM Matinee! Tues. 10/24: 7:30PM
The Mads are Back… with a Vengeance! The Mads are Back… with a Vengeance! Halloween (1978) Noir Night Out
Part 1 Part 2 Sun. 10/29: 7:00PM The Hitch-hiker
Fri. 10/27: 8:00PM Sat. 10/28: 8:00PM Mon. 10/30: 7:30PM  Sun. 11/5: 7:00PM
Tues. 10/31: 7:30PM
Weds. 11/1: 7:30PM
Breakfast and a Movie Breakfast and a Movie
It’s a Wonderful Life (1946) White Christmas (1954) 
Sun. 11/19: 10:15AM Sun. 12/17: 10:15AM


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Progress as of 5/31/17:

  • Total Raised: $40,008
  • % of Goal: 44%

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The Hollywood Theater is operated by the Friends of the Hollywood Theater (FOHT), a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. The nearly 300-seat Hollywood Theater is located just minutes from downtown Pittsburgh in the heart of the Borough of Dormont.

Originally opened as a silent cinema in the 1920s, the Hollywood Theater is one of the last surviving single-screen movie houses in the Pittsburgh area. Recently renovated, it features a balcony, a large concession area, and a lobby with spacious comfortable seating. It is handicapped accessible.

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