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Mary Poppins

12:00 pm 9:00 pm

Director: Robert Stevenson Run Time: 140 min. Rating: G Release Year: 1964

Starring: David Tomlinson, Dick Van Dyke, Glynis Johns, Hermione Baddeley, Julie Andrews

Julie Andrews is floating back to Row House with her magical umbrella for another delightful screening of the classic 1964 Mary Poppins. With Dick Van Dyke, dancing penguins, and whimsical chimney sweeps — this movie is practically perfect in every way.

Singin’ in the Rain

2:45 pm

Director: Gene Kelly, Stanley Donen Run Time: 103 min. Release Year: 1952

Starring: Debbie Reynolds, Donald O'Connor, Gene Kelly, Jean Hagen, Millard Mitchell

Pittsburgh legend Gene Kelly is at his best in this quintessential 1950s musical — complete with some of the best tap numbers of all time. You’re basically going to be incapable of not leaving the theater smiling after watching this charming story of show business, classic Hollywood, and of course love. 

Little Shop of Horrors

5:00 pm

Director: Frank Oz Run Time: 94 min. Release Year: 1986

Starring: Ellen Greene, Levi Stubbs, Rick Moranis, Steve Martin, Vincent Gardenia

A nerdy flower shop employee finds a carnivorous, singing plant in this classic black comedy musical starring Rick Moranis. Last time we showed this, our theater flooded… so we’re bringing it back for another run because it’s just too much fun not to show!

The Umbrellas of Cherbourg

7:00 pm

Director: Jacques Demy Run Time: 91 min. Release Year: 1964 Language: French

Starring: Anne Vernon, Catherine Deneuve, Marc Michel, Mireille Perrey, Nino Castelnuovo

The basis for La La Land — this vibrant 1960s French musical broke the norms of Broadway and opted for poignancy rather than flashy show-stopping numbers to tell the story of two star-crossed lovers in a small coastal town in France. The film was brilliantly restored by Agnes Varda in the 1990s to its signature breathtakingly colorful palette.

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