Come on down to the Capitol Theatre for our Y Not 2k? movie series. We will feature many nostalgic faves surrounding the Y2k era which makes it a movie series for your inner child – and your actual child (if you have one!). Lucky for us – we made it past the turn of the millennia, and so did our technology!
Four teenage mutant ninja turtles emerge from the shadows to protect New York City from a gang of criminal ninjas.
Sponsored by superofficial and Utica Vintage Club.
To see the complete list of titles in the series, click here.
April Fools Silent Movie Comedy Night. (B&W, approx. 110 minutes, including intermission; digital presentation [DCP] Consisting of the short subjects, The Adventurer (Mutual, 1917; 24 minutes) starring Charles Chaplin, You’re Darn’ Tootin’ (Roach, 1928; 20 minutes) starring Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, and the short feature, Sherlock, Jr. (Metro, 1924; 45 minutes), starring Buster Keaton. Live musical accompaniment by Avery Tunningley on the Capitol Grand Organ. ADVANCE SALE TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE. (Adults $10, seniors $8, Capitol Friends $6, children $3.)
The Rome Arts Hall of Fame will induct six people in a public ceremony Sunday, May 7, 2023, beginning at 4pm for the class of 2023 in the newly restored Capitol Theatre. A performance by Rome Free Academy’s show choir Rhapsody will open the program. Individual plaques for current members (a total of ninety-five) will be displayed in the Capitol’s outer lobby. Each plaque contains a picture of the honoree and a brief biography.
The names of the inductees will be announced on Thursday, March 30.
Previous inductees Rome Hall of Fame are located here.
Current and Upcoming Movies and Shows
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The Magnificent Ambersons (1942)
Drums Along The Mohawk (1939)
The Maltese Falcon (1941)
Capitolfest is Central New York’s 35mm classic film festival, screening rarely-seen silent and early talking movies from around the turn-of-the-20th Century into the late 1930s. Most of the movies are shown via 35mm films from archives such as the Library of Congress, the Museum of Modern Art, the George Eastman Museum, and UCLA Film & Television Archive, as well as prints from studios such as Universal, Warner Brothers, Sony, and Disney. 2023 marks the 20th anniversary of Capitolfest, as well as the 20th festival (there was no show in 2021 due to Covid).
Todays Movies, Events and Screening Times
Capitol Arts Complex • 220 West Dominick Street, Rome, NY 13440 • Phone: 315.337.6277 • Email: [email protected]