Summer Classic Film Series returns to the Michigan Theater
See Classic Films By The Beatles, Audrey Hepburn, Marx Brothers, Clint Eastwood and More!
The Michigan Theater has kicked off the 32nd season of its annual Kerrytown Market and Shops Summer Classic Film Series.
From late June to early September, the historic theater will screen classic films every Sunday at 1:30 PM and Tuesday at 7:00 PM. The full series lineup includes:
6/26 and 6/28: A Hard Day’s Night (1964) S
7/3 and 7/5: Dr. Strangelove: Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)
7/4 The Dirty Dozen (1967) at 1:30 PM. FREE for veterans and active service military.
7/10 and 7/12: A Streetcar Named Desire (1951)
7/17 and 7/19: Monty Python & The Holy Grail (1975)
7/24 and 7/26: Funny Face (1957)
7/31 and 8/1: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly (1966)
8/7 and 8/9: Horse Feathers (1932)
8/14 and 8/16: Fargo (1996)
8/21 and 8/23: Sing-a-Long Sound of Music (1965) * Special ticket prices apply.
8/28 and 8/30: Metropolis (1927) silent film with live organ accompaniment * Special ticket prices apply.
9/4 and 9/6: To Catch a Thief (1955)
9/5 Casablanca (1942) at 1:30 PM. FREE for students with valid I.D.!
Standard ticket prices apply except where noted. Advance tickets are available at michtheater.org.
Now celebrating its 89th year, the Michigan Theater is Ann Arbor's award-winning non-profit historic center for fine film and performing arts. The Michigan Theater welcomes more than 250,000 visitors each year to its art house films, concerts, lectures, live theater, and special programs such as Direct from Sundance and Cinetopia International Film Festival. The Michigan Theater also owns and operates the historic State Theater located just up the street at 233 State Street.
The Michigan Theater is located in downtown Ann Arbor at 603 East Liberty Street.
Visit michtheater.org or call the 24-hour information line at (734) 668-TIME for schedule and ticket information.