|La La Land||Aaron Draplin – Lecture||XX||Noir Night Out: Double Indemnity (1944)|
|2/27: 7:00PM 9:30PM||3/3: 6:30PM||3/4: 7:00PM 9:00PM||3/5: 7:00PM|
|2/28: 7:00PM 9:30PM||3/5: 4:00PM Matinee!|
|3/1: 7:00PM 9:30PM||3/6: 7:00PM|
|3/2: 7:00PM 9:30PM|
|Eating You Alive||Sword Art Online: The Movie||The Man Who Fell to Earth||The Rocky Horror Picture Show|
|3/8: 6:30PM||3/9: 8:15PM||3/10: 7:00PM 9:30PM||3/11: 11:45PM|
|3/11: 4:30PM Matinee!||3/25: 11:45PM|
|3/12: 4:30PM Matinee!|
|Breakfast Fundraiser: Groundhog Day||Breakfast and a Movie: Bringing Up Baby (1938)||1984: Special One-Day Screening!||Kizumonogatari Parts 1 & 2: Tekketsu & Nekketsu|
|3/18: 10:15AM||3/19: 10:15AM||4/4: 8:00PM||4/15: 4:00PM|
|Kizumonogatari Part 3: Reiketsu||The Mads are Back! Part One!||The Mads are Back! Part Two!||Breakfast and a Movie: The Sting (1973)|
|4/15: 7:00PM||4/21: 8:00PM||4/22: 8:00PM||4/23: 10:15AM|
|Breakfast and a Movie: The Sound of Music (1965)|
|5/14: Link Coming Soon!|
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The Hollywood Theater is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit, EID #27-3918902
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.