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Saturday Work Days are Working Out

08/10/2011 08/10/2011

Saturday Work Days are Working Out

Volunteers have been working hard to redesign the lobby of the Rosendale Theatre.  Donating their time and expertise on a few choice Saturday mornings made all the difference. Join Us.  Saturday dates are listed on our website in the SPECIAL EVENTS LINK.  There’s one coming up on November 12th!!!! Please contact Sam at spierce@prg.com if […]

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Use ’em or lose em’!

09/15/2011 09/15/2011

Use ’em or lose em’!

After a year and a half of new ownership, we will be retiring the Cacchios’ red tickets as of Dec 31, 2011.  Please spread the word!

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Capital Campaign

10/27/2012 10/27/2012

Capital Campaign

The Rosendale Theatre is proud to present our renovation plans! Click on the above title to see more information!

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Sunday, December 4th, 2016

Sunday Silents: Films of Mary Pickford

Sunday Silents: Films of Mary Pickford

3:00 pm  |  $7/$5 members

Mary Pickford, known as the first “star” of the silent movies, will be seen at the Rosendale Theatre. The Little Princess will be accompanied by two short subjects, including “The New York Hat,” a 1912 feature with Mary Pickford, Lionel Barrymore, and Lillian Gish. The third short film will be “The Unchanging Sea,” an early D.W. Griffith film featuring exciting views of the ocean with a compelling story.

Produced in 1917, The Little Princess shows Pickford in the most engaging guise of a little girl, mistreated, looking for her father who is lost during World War I.

Based on the book by Frances Hodgson Burnett, The Little Princess is the story of Sara Crewe (Pickford) a wealthy child treated as a little princess at the Minchin boarding school for children until it is learned that her father has lost his entire fortune, and she is made a slavey (a household servant).

Pickford was known as “America’s Sweetheart,” and was treasured by audiences of her day for her beauty and the charm she displayed in her portrayal of children. Diminutive in size, she was convincing as a child in spite of the fact that she had grown to womanhood on screen. She was an extraordinary actress and led an adventurous private life, bringing a unique personality to life on the silent screen. Director George Cukor often stated that Pickford invented screen acting and was the first method actress.

In The Little Princess she is joined by ZaSu Pitts, a shy and plain young character actress who made her first impact in this film. Screenwriter Frances Marion, an early figure in the American film industry, interviewed Pitts and recommended her to Mary Pickford who saw that she was cast in the role of Becky.

Marta Waterman will add her own authentic element, accompanying the program with original piano music.

Friday, December 2nd - Monday, December 5th, 2016

Moonlight

Moonlight

7:15 pm 1 hour, 51 minutes | R | Drama

A timeless story of human connection and self-discovery, Moonlight chronicles the life of a young black man from childhood to adulthood as he struggles to find his place in the world while growing up in a rough neighborhood of Miami.

COMING SOON: Save your viewing for the Rosendale Theatre!

COMING SOON: Save your viewing for the Rosendale Theatre!

Dance Film Sundays: Great Feats of Feet
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971) Presented for Frozendale, Sponsored by Ulster Savings Bank
Artist’s New Work Forum Presents: Destined To Fly, a film by Christopher Nostrand
Rules Don’t Apply
New Paltz School of Rock Music Bash 2016
Artist’s New Work Forum Presents an Original Musical: On A Midsummer’s Night by Debbie lan
Rosendale Theatre Youth Arts Presents: Dark Night New Light
Dr. Strange
Arrival
JANUARY 2017
New Year’s Day Odyssey at the Rosendale Theatre
Arrival
The Eagle Huntress
Music Fan Film Series Presents: The Jazz Loft According to W. Eugene Smith
Resurrection (1980)
National Theatre from London: No Man’s Land

Adopt-a-Chair

Adopt-a-Chair

Write a message, memorialize a loved one, shout out a business – celebrate the arts and adopt a chair at the Rosendale Theatre.

All proceeds go directly to the phase two renovations at the Rosendale Theatre.

The cost is $100 per plaque.

[Please click on the title “Adopt-a-Chair” to get to the form you’ll need to fill out!]