Special Events

Ladies Night Out – Dirty Dancing
Saturday August 19th, 2017 – 6:00PMTickets Here!

Sponsored by Fluhme Glam Bar, The Hollywood Theater invites women of all ages to escape to the Catskills with Baby and Johnny for our 2nd annual Ladies Night Out event on Saturday, August 19. This year we celebrate the 30th anniversary of Dirty Dancing. Leave the kids, the spouse, the housework, and all your other everyday worries behind and enjoy a night with friends, food, fashion, and a film. It’s a BYOB evening (the theater’s corkage fees will be waived). Doors open at 6 pm, and the special 30th anniversary screening of Dirty Dancing begins at 7:30 pm. Relax and unwind as you have the time of your life. And remember… NOBODY puts Baby in a corner!!

Tickets are $15 general admission; $12, members at the theater and at thehollywooddormont.org. Tickets will also be available at the door.

The evening includes: Chair Massages · Psychic · Raffles · Desserts · Watermelon · Chocolate Fountain · Mocktails

Vendors Include: Dottie’s Bath & Bubble · Thirty-One · Arbonne · Mary Kay · Tastefully Simple · and MORE!


Noir Night Out IIII – Murder, My Sweet (1944) on 35mm!
Sunday August 27th, 2017 – 7:00PMTickets Here!

Noir Night Out returns for a late summer edition! A classic film noir, screening on a 35mm print, with chili, beer, and hot dogs grilled right outside the theater!

Doors open at 6pm, full ticket price of $15 ($12 for members) includes plenty of chili (meatless options available), hot dogs with a gourmet toppings bar (meatless options available), baked beans, potato salad and two complimentary drink tickets for beer supplied by a local craft brewer. You can expect two different draft styles of fresh, well crafted brews from them! Snapple iced teas, root beer, and ginger ale can all be substituted for beer.

**There will be no BYOB at this event.**

Long considered one of the quintessential film noirs, this tough, sardonic, and unusually witty film features hard-boiled detective Philip Marlowe (Dick Powell) hired by ex-con Moose Malloy (Mike Mazurki) to find his missing girlfriend Velma. Shortly thereafter, Marlowe is hired by socialite Mrs. Grayle (Claire Trevor) to find a valuable jade necklace that has been stolen from her. Marlowe finds the necklace and also finds blackmail, double crosses, corruption, and murder on both sides of the tracks. Director Edward Dmytryk creates a truly bleak and disorienting netherworld populated by a variety of sordid characters, including Mike Mazurki at his best. Claire Trevor is superlative in a difficult role and gives an unequaled performance as the most evil of femme fatales.