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September Sing-Along Sundays

There’s a certain something — a quintessential, movie-magical, undefinable something — about the “Big Five” musicals of Rodgers & Hammerstein. Oklahoma!, Carousel, South Pacific, The King and I and The Sound of Music were all

Sunday, September 08

3:00pm

David Crosby: Remember My Name

Opens Friday, August 23

Brace yourself for a revealing and deeply personal documentary exploring the life and creative renaissance of music icon David Crosby. A cultural force for more than 50 years, Crosby faced an uncertain future after the

Monday, August 26

7:30pm

Tuesday, August 27

7:30pm

Wednesday, August 28

7:30pm

Thursday, August 29

7:30pm

Maiden

Opens Friday, August 9

In 1989, the very idea of a competitive all-female sailboat crew was nearly inconceivable to the manly world of open-ocean yacht racing. They’d never make it to the start of the Whitbread Round the World

Friday, August 30

7:30pm

Saturday, August 31

7:00pm

Sunday, September 01

7:00pm

Monday, September 02

7:30pm

Tuesday, September 03

7:30pm

Wednesday, September 04

7:30pm

SOLD OUT SPECIAL CHARITY BENEFIT SNEAK PREVIEW  On May 9, 1980, America witnessed one of the most stunning tragedies in maritime history when the M/V Summit Venture, a massive 608’ bulk freighter, collided with one of

Saturday, September 14

7:30pm

Sunday, September 15

6:45pm

Green Book

Wednesday, Aug. 21

In a racial flip of Driving Miss Daisy, nearly 30 years after that film won an OSCAR for Best Picture, Green Book (itself the 2018 Best Picture winner) features a white bouncer, Tony Lip, (Viggo

Summer Classics

Casablanca

August 31-Sept. 1

Casablanca lands so routinely in listings of the top two or three movies of all time, it’s become almost boring to call it great. It’s the definition of a Hollywood masterpiece. The scenes and the

Saturday, August 31

3:00pm

Sunday, September 01

3:00pm
Summer Classics

The Silent Clowns

Sunday, August 25

Tampa Theatre remains one of the only movie palaces in the world that can revive its original programming by presenting a silent film with live musical accompaniment on the theatre’s original 1926 Mighty Wurlitzer Theatre