Effective Sept. 13, the Art Theatre of Long Beach will require its patrons to show proof of vaccination to enter its establishment.
Get an inside look into Yayoi Kusama’s psyche on Thursday, Nov. 15 during this one-night-only screening of the documentary Kusama: Infinity.
This Thursday, a special free screening of the documentary “Served Like a Girl”, described as “engaging, honest and powerful” will be hosted by the Art Theatre and the Arts Council for Long Beach.
Last Friday, one day after the sudden passing of music superstar Prince, the Art Theatre on 4th Street in Long Beach hosted an 11:00PM screening of Purple Rain, the 1984 film that helped vault the Minneapolis music wizard to legend status.
A red carpet, mock limousines, local Long Beach celebrities and rowdy paparazzi will line Long Beach’s Retro Row this Sunday during Art Theatre’s fifth annual Oscars fundraising event.
That magical cult classic that marked the fictional character Sarah’s (Jennifer Connelly) transition into adulthood and put the overt sexuality of David Bowie on display (always in tights, no less), The Labyrinth, will be screening at the Art Theatre of Long Beach Friday, at 11:15PM, in honor of Bowie’s life.
Doc, Bigfoot, Mickey Wolfmann, Shasta Fay, Japonica… these are just a few of the characters you will meet in Paul Thomas Anderson’s Inherent Vice.
Join the Long Beach Opera Cinema at the Art Theatre on Saturday, December 6 for free mimosas and a rare chance to see Simon Signoret in the compelling French masterpiece, Thérèse Raquin: The Adultress, Marcel Carné’s 1953 adaptation of Émile Zola’s realist novel.
It’s not so much about David Bowie (admittedly a saddening aspect given it’s not the documentary fans deserve) as it is about the traveling exhibition of David Bowie’s art, costumes, and overall image. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t check out David Bowie Is, set to show at Long Beach’s Art Theatre for three exclusive engagements.
Since the 1960s, the Beatles have been a staple of adoration and music, which led Walter Santucci to think of them in another way — as the perfect candidate for a parody.