New Beginnings at The Screening Room

A summary of all the events happening at The Screening Room for the entire month of January.

1/2/2017 – Tucson, AZ

With a new year come new beginnings for everyone at The Screening Room (TSR).  The films that will be featured this month are Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966) starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton playing every Wednesday for $2 tickets and various other dates throughout the month for $3 tickets.  TSR will be teaming up with Hotel Congress for Dillinger Days this year and will be playing Public Enemies (2009) starring Christian Bale and Johnny Depp.  Public Enemies will play Jan 20 through Jan 22 for $0.25 tickets every showing.  Visit The Screening Room website for showtimes and other details.

There are several special events this month as well.  Become (2016) will return for one showing on Jan 6 at 7pm.  Kung Fu Nights return for a one night double feature on Jan 7 at 7pm.  The Tucson Fringe Festival will be using The Screening Room as one of their four venues from Jan 13 through Jan 15.  More details can be found on their website www.tucsonfringe.org.  As part of the Downtown Jazz Fiesta, the Tucson Jazz Festival will feature some live music on Jan 16 in the afternoon.  More details can be found on their website www.tucsonjazzfestival.org.

Comedy nights continue every Tuesday night.  The Switch will continue every first Tuesday of each month.  Every last Tuesday will feature the Wildcat Comedy Show and the Quality Assurance Feedback Mic will be on the middle Tuesdays.  There will be a couple feature comedy nights in January.  First, on Jan 19, the National Comedy Festival benefiting the ACLU, and on Jan 24, Dave Waite, standup comedian, visits Tucson all the way from Los Angeles.

Odyssey Storytelling returns on the first Thursday of the month followed by the weekly Music Jam Session every Thursday.  Monday Night Open Mic will continue to provide the best place for variety entertainment.  Comedy Temple will provide improvisation showcases every Friday starting Jan 20.  Visit www.tsrdowntown.com for more information about upcoming events as well as special offers and promotions.

The Screening Room has been home to the Arizona International Film Festival for over 25 years.  It has recently opened its doors for daily operations and is the only movie house in downtown Tucson.  The Screening Room also features live events such as concerts and open mic nights as well as many films at the lowest prices in town.

James Pack
Marketing/Film Booking
The Screening Room
127 E Congress St, Tucson, AZ 85701
520-882-0204
james@tsrdowntown.com

Events for the Week of Nov 28 – Dec 4

Monday, November 28VaudVil Presents Variety Open Mic, Doors at 7pm, Show at 7:30pm, Free Show

Tuesday, November 29WildCat Comedy Hosted by Rich Gary – 8pm, Free Show

Wednesday, November 30 – Way Back Wednesday, $2 tickets, drinks and snacks.  March of the Wooden Soldiers (1934) starring Laurel & Hardy – 5:30pm, 7pm, and 8:45pm, Buy Tickets

Thursday, December 1Odyssey Storytelling Presents: Fraught. 7pm, tickets are $8, student tickets are $6.  Buy Tickets

Jam Session, 9pm-12am, Free Show, Bring your instruments and your love for music and jam with us!

Friday, December 2 – Live Holiday Music, 8pm, Desert Melodies, Free Show

Saturday, December 3Downtown Burlesk: Strip Local, 8pm, Tickets $10/VIP $20, Adults Only 18+ show Buy Tickets

Sunday, December 4 – March of the Wooden Soldiers (1934) starring Laurel & Hardy, $3 tickets, 12pm and 4pm, Buy Tickets

Downtown Noir presents New York Confidential (1955), $3 tickets, 2pm, Buy Tickets

Local Movie House Brings Films and Live Events to Tucson

A summary of all the events happening at The Screening Room for the entire month of November.

11/1/2016 – Tucson, AZ

November will be an exciting month at The Screening Room and they want everyone to join in the excitement.  The films that will be featured this month are Godzilla (1956), the Americanized version of the original film that started them all; Reefer Madness (1936), in honor of Prop 205, whether it passes or not enjoy a fun PSA from the 30s; the Downtown Noir Film Series continues every Sunday in November with No Man’s Woman (1955), Too Late for Tears (1949), Woman on the Run (1950), and The Big Heat (1953); and also the premiere of Become the Movie, three artists travel 50 states in less than 5 months to re-discover their American roots and reveal timeless truths in a morally declining society.

Comedy nights return November 15 with The Switch, hosted by Pauly Casillas.  The Switch will continue every first Tuesday of each month.  Every Tuesday will feature other comedy shows such as Wildcat Comedy so every week will be filled with laughs.  For anyone who is concerned about the $2 movie day, Way Back Wednesday will continue the tradition of $2 tickets, drinks, and snacks every week.

Odyssey Storytelling returns on the first Thursday of the month followed by the weekly Music Jam Session every Thursday.  Live Music Fridays will continue; 3 bands for $5.  Monday Night Open Mic will continue to provide the best place for variety entertainment.  The Screening Room will be closed for Election Day (Nov 8), and Nov 23-24 in observance of Thanksgiving.  Visit www.tsrdowntown.com for more information about upcoming events as well as special offers and promotions.

The Screening Room has been home to the Arizona International Film Festival for over 25 years.  It has recently opened its doors for daily operations and is the only movie house in downtown Tucson.  The Screening Room also features live events such as concerts and open mic nights as well as many films at the lowest prices in town.

James Pack
Marketing/Film Booking
The Screening Room
127 E Congress St, Tucson, AZ 85701
520-882-0204
james@tsrdowntown.com

Events for the Week of Oct 31 – Nov 6

Monday, October 31 – Closed

Tuesday, November 1 – $2 Tuesday, $2 tickets, drinks, and snacks.  Count Dracula (1970) starring Christopher Lee – 7pm, Godzilla (1956) starring Raymond Burr – 9pm, Buy Tickets

Wednesday, November 2 – Way Back Wednesday, $2 tickets, drinks and snacks.  Godzilla (1956) starring Raymond Burr – 7pm and 9pm, Buy Tickets

Thursday, November 3 – Odyssey Storytelling Presents: Dirty Laundry. 7pm, tickets are $8, student tickets are $6.  Buy Tickets

Jam Session, 9pm-12am, Bring your instruments and your love for music and jam with us!

Friday, November 4 – Godzilla (1956) starring Raymond Burr – 7pm, 9pm.  Buy Tickets

Saturday, November 5 – Godzilla (1956) starring Raymond Burr – 6pm, 8pm, 10pm.  Buy Tickets

Sunday, November 6 – Downtown Noir presents No Man’s Woman (1955), $3 tickets, 2pm, Buy Tickets