Classic Tuesdays

Set aside some reel time. Relive the moment—or fill your cinematic gaps—with our series of classic films.

Classic screenings occur once a month, usually at 7:30 p.m.

Besides revisiting the best of Hollywood, you also have opportunity to indulge your desire for international favorites, such as Fellini, Truffaut and more! Screening foreign films allows you to practice language skills, soak in international ambience, expand your understanding of different world views—and enjoy an experience that many film fans only dream of.

You know there’s nothing like watching these stories unfold on a giant screen!

Coming up:

  • Sept. 9, Casablanca (PG). Bogart. Bergman. Casablanca. Forever classic.Does the emotional ride alone create a classic? “Seeing the film over and over again, year after year, I find it never grows over-familiar,” said Roger Ebert in a 1996 review.Another art form as timeless as the film will be at the theater before this Classic Tuesdays screening. Students of West Point Ballet in Coraopolis will perform classical dance in the Esmark and Bouchard Family Community Room, starting at 6:30 p.m. These are among the all-ages students of Cynthia Castillo and Damien Martinez, former dancers of the National Ballet of Cuba, Florida Classical Ballet, Columbia Classical Ballet and Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre.  Come early to enjoy!Coming up:
  • Oct. 3, Life Is Beautiful
  • Nov. 7, Zorba the Greek.