The auditorium of the Old Greenbelt Theatre is now closed for an estimated four month renovation. In the meantime, patrons still come to the theater to buy tickets and concessions in the lobby, then will proceed next-door to enjoy our films in the Pop-up cinema next door. The video below explains the process.
NOTE: Some of our specialty series are still being held off-site. Pay attention to the location listed with showtimes.
Two prominent regional papers featured stories on the Old Greenbelt Theatre this week. On May 15, The Washington Post featured a story on our May 14 program The Three Stooges vs. Adolf Hitler in its metro section. The event was conceived and supported by OGT supporter...
By Stacia Woycheck, OGT Blog Squad Volunteer The July Monday Matinee is The Lady Eve released in 1941, starring Barbara Stanwyck and Henry Fonda. The comedy won the Academy Award for Best Writing, Original Story. It was named as a top ten films in 1941 and is considered one of the 500 greatest movies of […]Read More
We are grateful to all of our patrons who are waiting eagerly for the opening of our Pop-up cinema. Because we’re regularly getting questions, we wanted to write up some of the most frequently asked questions so you have answers on what’s up with the Pop-up and where you can continue to see films with […]Read More
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