2022 wintertime movie nights, matinees at The Waldo get began with ‘Mamma Mia!’
WALDOBORO — The Waldo Theatre (916 Most essential St) hosts a sequence of winter film matinee and night screenings, January – March, commencing with “Mamma Mia!” Wednesday, January 12, at 2 p.m., and Friday, January 14, at 7 p.m.
On this 2008 musical romance, a bride-to-be makes an try to treatment the key of her paternity by her mom’s diary and welcoming her 3 potential dads to her marriage. Depending on the favored ABBA-impressed stage musical Mamma Mia!, the film capabilities an all-star stable reminiscent of Meryl Streep, Christine Baranski, Pierce Brosnan, Dominic Cooper, Colin Firth, Amanda Seyfried, Stellan Skarsgård, and Julie Walters.
Further movie gatherings are scheduled by March, with two Disney matinees scheduled for the February faculty break up. March 16 and 18, simply in time for St. Patrick’s Working day, Leap Yr, starring Amy Adams and Matthew Goode, normally takes audiences on a passionate comedy journey throughout Eire.
The Waldo was commissioned in 1936 as a condition-of-the-artwork movement image family and opened in 1937 with a screening of Pennies from Heaven starring Bing Crosby.
Proper after closing in 2014, the historic making was saved and renovated by space group associates starting in 2017. Due to volunteers, beneficiant donors, and the arrange of latest know-how, The Waldo simply recently reopened as a endeavor arts heart providing dwell music, theatre, instructional packages, and flicks on its massive show display.
Masks and proof of Covid-19 vaccination are essential inside the theatre. Older folks attending with children beneath the ages of 12 might be questioned a sequence of standardized Covid queries.
Grownup tickets are $8 on-line prematurely and $10 on the doorway youth tickets (as much as age 17) are $5.
Some films are rated PG and a few content material could effectively not be fitted to children.
For particulars, a routine of future movement image capabilities, and tickets cease by https://waldotheatre.org/pages/flicks