Fans Pack Dormont’s Hollywood Theater For Fred Rogers Documentary ScreeningThe Hollywood Theater in Dormont welcomed a packed house Tuesday night for a screening of the new Fred Rogers documentary.
Theatre Historical Society Buys Hollywood Theater In DormontA movie theater in Dormont whose owners were prepared to sell it to those who would shut its doors has a new lease on life.
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Movie Theater Shootings Raising New Concerns About SecurityWhat if anything should be done to keep people safe in theaters after Wednesday's incident in a Tennessee movie theater?
Oaks Theater Undergoes Makeover As Small Theaters Begin Making A ComebackWhen the Oaks Theater of Oakmont opened its doors in 1938, the seats were immediately packed with customers.
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Joe Manganiello’s New Documentary Raising Money For Local TheatersA huge Hollywood star is back home in Pittsburgh.
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Best Indie Movie Theaters In PittsburghHere are five of the best family/privately owned shows in Pittsburgh, which are across the board cheaper, more personal and intimate.
Fake Ed Asner Endorses Struggling Dormont TheaterThe Hollywood Theater in Dormont has to raise $75,000 by the end of this year to switch over to digital projectors or it will have to close its doors.