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The theater reminded me of the community theater I grew up as a kid. Seats were in great shape but the seats were on the sa.e level so watch out if you get a tall person in front of you. The 3 organic popcorn is...More
I have seen several movies at this location. It is different from the multiplexes from the snack bar (much cheaper) to range of movies (there is a range) to the staff (engaged and friendly). It is well worn in a good way.
Having the Rosendale Theater in close proximity makes life more stimulating. They run many art House films and most Sundays have broadcasts of live theater from London and dance performances from around the world. It makes life up in the country more intellectually challenging.
This place is run as the Rosendale Theatre Collective, a nonprofit that rehabilitated an old facility very nicely indeed, and doesn't charge nearly as much for first-run films and assorted odd bits as do the multiscreen gigaplexes. Staffed, it appears, by volunteers, so you may...More
Love the Rosendale Theatre! The ambiance is classic, movies available range from new releases to avant garde and everything in between. The admission price is right. And, best of all, it's a wonderful community based organization.
This theatre was bought by town members and is run by volunteers. Their films include: Dance Film Sundays on the second Sunday monthly, Music Fan Films, Silent Film series and usually on a Tuesday night they show documentaries related to health, the environment , politics...More
This theater has been lovingly restored by local patrons and is a great affordable place to see not only art house type movies but first run films as well. From the tiny outside ticket window to the four foot wide snack counter this place is...More
This is a wonderful theater that shows films that are often outside the mainstream, most notably films with an environmental or non-establishment focus. A good place to learn what you cannot get on network TV.