Today At The Clinton Street Theater

Division/Clinton Street Fair

Showtimes

Saturday, Jul 23
10:00am

2016-PosterDuring the morning, the theater will be open for free cartoons and free popcorn. The Clinton Street Cabaret is marching in the parade, so watch for them and get your ROCKY on.

If you need to beat the heat, please drop by and say "hello." 

 

Special Admission

Free and open to the public.

Division/Clinton Street Fair Celebration of THE WIZARD OF OZ

Showtimes

Saturday, Jul 23
2:30pm
wiz

"....if I ever go looking for my heart's desire again, I won't look any further than my own back yard. Because if it isn't there, I never really lost it to begin with!"

After the parade and the fair, stick around for a special all ages "Sing Out!" of the beloved musical THE WIZARD OF OZ.

Share with friends and family this classic tale of friendship, adventure, transformation, and the eternal truth that "there is no place like home."

Costumes and fancy dress are encouraged and all dressed up guests can join in a costume parade before the film at 2pm.

 



 

the wizard of oz poster
THE WIZARD OF OZ
Director: 
Victor Fleming, George Cukor (uncredited), Mervyn LeRoy (uncredited), Norman Taurog (uncredited), King Vidor (director: Kansas scenes) (uncredited)
Country: 
USA
Year: 
1939
Runtime: 
102 minutes

In this charming film based on the popular L. Frank Baum stories, Dorothy and her dog Toto are caught in a tornado's path and somehow end up in the land of Oz. Here she meets some memorable friends and foes in her journey to meet the Wizard of Oz who everyone says can help her return home and possibly grant her new friends their goals of a brain, heart and courage. Written by Dale Roloff

Special Admission

Free!!!

Summer Santacon

Showtimes

Saturday, Jul 23
5:00pm

We've heard tell that a bunch of drunken Santas might be dropping in on us. Not sure what we'll be doing, but it will be legal and involve a reindeer or two.

Please wear a Santa suit, or some part of it, or some sort of weather-appropriate version of Santa, Christmas themed costumery, or at the very least something that will make the story better for any one walking by in the neighborhood.

Interested? Intrigued? Come on by!

Special Admission

Free!! We would never charge anything to Santa!

Premiere of Honestly Political: Parody Musical

Showtimes

Saturday, Jul 23
9:00pm
honestly political

No One is Safe...


From the creators of Zombie Cats from Mars, a movie The Portland Mercury praised, "...Finally, a local B-Movie that nails it."  See more of their work at www.mwb3.com.

Purchase ADVANCE TICKETS HERE.
 

Honestly Political: Parody Musical
Director: 
Montetré
Country: 
USA
Year: 
2016
Runtime: 
70 minutes

Starring some of Portland's best talent, we present the fully interactive musical play about the 2016 Election season. While the Clintons race their way back into the White House, a plan is hatched to derail their success. All of the main players are here, and no one is safe.

Special Admission

$20 Advance; $40 at the door

Purchase ADVANCE TICKETS HERE.
 

The Rocky Horror Picture Show "BIY"

Showtimes

Saturday, Jul 23
Midnight
Saturday, Aug 13
Midnight
Saturday, Aug 27
Midnight

Every Saturday night since1978, the historic Clinton Street Theater has played host to The Rocky Horror Picture Show.

Before Gaga told us it was o.k. to be "Born This Way" we had the fishnet clad sexual liberation of Frank-n-furter teling us, "Don't Dream it, Be it."

It is in the spirit of over 30 years of this liberation that we invite you to come "Be It" Yourself.

The Rocky B.I.Y. nights turn the attention on YOU the audience.

You bring the costumes!

You bring the dance numbers!

You bring the fun!

So unpack that French Maid's dress from that box behind the kids' old toys and dust off your tap shoes. Whether you are are a virgin or a veteran you'll delight in this cinematic right of passage and cherished Portland tradition.

Doors open at 11:30pm

The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Director: 
Jim Sharman
Country: 
UK, USA
Year: 
1975

35mm Print!!

We're not going to explain this one - you just have to see it.

Special Admission

$8