At the box office…

See you in September

In prior years, the Playhouse Movie Theatre traditionally closed during the month of September. Our patrons’ leisure time spent at the World’s Fair in Tunbridge or squeezing in outside activities before the weather turns. Also, Hollywood generally didn’t have much to offer. In pre-pandemic years, the studios would ride the wave of summer blockbusters through the end of August. Since studios aren’t ready to release their “Oscar bait” films, studios use September to clear their shelves of underperforming and disappointing films.

With all that in mind, we are devoting September to showing films our local audience would otherwise have
to leave the Randolph area to see on another big screen. In alignment with our mission, we have scheduled
films that explore social issues prevalent in the community and across the United States. Joe Bell starts off the series which will continue with I Carry You with Me, Dear Evan Hansen, and Green Knight. We hope you’ll join us for these smaller gems we all might otherwise have missed.

As September comes to a close, we’re poised to be shaken (if not stirred!) by the return of James Bond in A Time to Kill.

Updated message to our movie-goers regarding COVID-19

While Orange County is experiencing a spike in COVID-19 cases, we now are requiring the wearing of masks when not drinking or eating. The Playhouse is complying with Vermont’s socially distanced 75 capacity limit.

Spotlight your company or organization

We are showing sponsorships prior to our feature presentation. Want to have a spot on the screen? Contact us!

Now Playing…

A ravishingly cinematic film that tells a centuries-old tale, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, through stunning film work, aided by a compelling performance from Dev Patel. From the director/writer of Pete’s Dragon. Clearly demonstrates the capabilities of film as an art form. Watch the trailer.

Showing Next…Coming Soon…

A truffle hunter who lives alone in the Oregonian wilderness must return to his past in Portland in search of his beloved foraging pig after she is kidnapped. Pig brings forth some profound messages about life.

The highly anticipated screen adaptation
of the Broadway blockbuster musical addresses bullying, the corrosiveness of feeling like you don’t
belong, and ultimately self-acceptance.

Possible Features Showing in 2021…

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