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Aug
1 Sun
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Some Like It Hot (1959)

Tampa, FL
United States
Doors at 2:00 PM, Show at 3:00 PM
 More Information
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
INDIVIDUAL: $10.00
MEMBER NO FEE: $10.00
MEMBER COMP: $0.00
MEMBER DISC: $7.00
YELP: $0.00

TICKET SALE DATES
YELP Public Onsale: July 14, 2021 2:22 PM to August 2, 2021 9:00 PM
INDIVIDUAL / MEMBER NO FEE / MEMBER COMP / MEMBER DISC Public Onsale: May 10, 2021 12:00 PM to August 1, 2021 3:30 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
2h 12m / PG / Comedy

Near the middle of Some Like It Hot, Marilyn Monroe stands in front of an all-woman orchestra (well, all-woman except for Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis — they have dressed as women and joined the band to dodge the Mafia) to sing “I Wanna Be Loved By You.” Surrounded by glitz and luxury and dancing couples, a spotlight hits her from collarbone to crown. She’s the brightest spot in a sea of grey. It’s hard to shake the feeling that this must have been how she lived her whole life: incandescent, impossibly charismatic, funny and bubbly and forever the pinpoint center of attention. Monroe’s sad slide from biggest star in the world to terribly tragic victim was just beginning in 1959, and the Hollywood legends about how difficult she was to work with still follow this movie. But, as director Billy Wilder said, “My Aunt Minnie would always be punctual and never hold up production, but who would pay to see my Aunt Minnie?” Ostensibly a Lemmon-Curtis two-hander, Monroe makes it something completely new. Some Like It Hot remains one of film’s all-time great comedies and an example of a one-of-a-kind performer at the height of her powers.


Stick around after the Sunday screening for a FREE post-show Film Talk audience discussion and Q&A with retired University of South Florida film professor Harriet Deer.


***


For your convenience and the health and safety of our Box Office attendants, please consider purchasing your tickets online in advance.


Before your visit to Tampa Theatre, please CLICK HERE to familiarize yourself with our COVID-19 safety protocols and download our new Noble Concessions App for easy ordering from your seat.

Tampa Theatre Members please enter the barcode on your membership card when prompted to receive your discount and complimentary tickets if applicable.


$0.00 - $10.00
Aug
1 Sun
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Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain (2021)

Tampa, FL
United States
Doors at 6:00 PM, Show at 6:30 PM
 More Information
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
ADULT: $11.50
CHILD: $9.50
MEMBER NO FEE: $11.50
MEMBER COMP: $0.00
MEMBER DISC: $8.50

TICKET SALE DATES
ADULT / CHILD / MEMBER NO FEE / MEMBER COMP / MEMBER DISC Public Onsale: July 27, 2021 10:28 AM to August 1, 2021 7:00 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain (2021)


1h 59m / Not Rated / Documentary



Director Morgan Neville, with Won't You Be My Neighbor? (the highest-grossing biographical doc of all time) and 20 Feet From Stardom (winner of the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature) under his belt, certainly knows how to make a compelling, deep-diving biopic. But it's difficult to think of a subject more potentially slippery than Anthony Bourdain, the beloved "celebrity chef" (he would have hated being called that) who rose to stardom with a brutally frank book about life in the restaurant world, became the host of several travel/food shows that broke completely from the mold of luxury travel/food shows, and tragically died by suicide in 2018. How do you eulogize a world-famous cipher? Should you even try?


Whatever else Bourdain was, he was honest; as private and conflicted about his fame as he was, he seemed to wish to be known. More to the point, he knew he had an audience, and he felt it was vital to use that fact responsibly, to bring attention to people and parts of the world he thought deserved it. So maybe the best way to honor him is just to put him on the screen, one last time. Chef, writer, adventurer, provocateur — Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain is an intimate, behind-the-scenes look at how an anonymous chef with a two-pack-a-day grumble and a Hunter S. Thompson attitude became a world-renowned cultural icon. This unflinching look at Bourdain reverberates with his presence, in his own voice and in the way he indelibly impacted the world around him.


Please stick around after the opening night screening on Friday, July 16 for a special panel discussion and audience Q&A with Dallas-based chef and global foodie Michael Bell (Cowboys Club, Knife); food writer and publicist Jeff Houck (The Tampa Tribune, Columbia Restaurant Group); and restauranteurs and mental-health advocates Greg & Michelle Baker (The Refinery, Fodder & Shine)


 


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Before your visit to Tampa Theatre, please CLICK HERE to familiarize yourself with our COVID-19 safety protocols and download our new Noble Concessions App for easy ordering from your seat.


***

Tampa Theatre Members please enter the barcode on your membership card when prompted to receive your discount and complimentary tickets if applicable.


 



$0.00 - $11.50
Aug
2 Mon
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Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain (2021)

Tampa, FL
United States
Doors at 7:00 PM, Show at 7:30 PM
 More Information
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
ADULT: $11.50
CHILD: $9.50
MEMBER NO FEE: $11.50
MEMBER COMP: $0.00
MEMBER DISC: $8.50

TICKET SALE DATES
ADULT / CHILD / MEMBER NO FEE / MEMBER COMP / MEMBER DISC Public Onsale: July 27, 2021 10:36 AM to August 2, 2021 8:00 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain (2021)


1h 59m / Not Rated / Documentary



Director Morgan Neville, with Won't You Be My Neighbor? (the highest-grossing biographical doc of all time) and 20 Feet From Stardom (winner of the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature) under his belt, certainly knows how to make a compelling, deep-diving biopic. But it's difficult to think of a subject more potentially slippery than Anthony Bourdain, the beloved "celebrity chef" (he would have hated being called that) who rose to stardom with a brutally frank book about life in the restaurant world, became the host of several travel/food shows that broke completely from the mold of luxury travel/food shows, and tragically died by suicide in 2018. How do you eulogize a world-famous cipher? Should you even try?


Whatever else Bourdain was, he was honest; as private and conflicted about his fame as he was, he seemed to wish to be known. More to the point, he knew he had an audience, and he felt it was vital to use that fact responsibly, to bring attention to people and parts of the world he thought deserved it. So maybe the best way to honor him is just to put him on the screen, one last time. Chef, writer, adventurer, provocateur — Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain is an intimate, behind-the-scenes look at how an anonymous chef with a two-pack-a-day grumble and a Hunter S. Thompson attitude became a world-renowned cultural icon. This unflinching look at Bourdain reverberates with his presence, in his own voice and in the way he indelibly impacted the world around him.


Please stick around after the opening night screening on Friday, July 16 for a special panel discussion and audience Q&A with Dallas-based chef and global foodie Michael Bell (Cowboys Club, Knife); food writer and publicist Jeff Houck (The Tampa Tribune, Columbia Restaurant Group); and restauranteurs and mental-health advocates Greg & Michelle Baker (The Refinery, Fodder & Shine)


***


Before your visit to Tampa Theatre, please CLICK HERE to familiarize yourself with our COVID-19 safety protocols and download our new Noble Concessions App for easy ordering from your seat.


***

Tampa Theatre Members please enter the barcode on your membership card when prompted to receive your discount and complimentary tickets if applicable.


 



$0.00 - $11.50
Aug
3 Tue
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Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain (2021)

Tampa, FL
United States
Doors at 7:00 PM, Show at 7:30 PM
 More Information
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
ADULT: $11.50
CHILD: $9.50
MEMBER NO FEE: $11.50
MEMBER COMP: $0.00
MEMBER DISC: $8.50

TICKET SALE DATES
ADULT / CHILD / MEMBER NO FEE / MEMBER COMP / MEMBER DISC Public Onsale: July 27, 2021 10:54 AM to August 3, 2021 8:00 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain (2021)


1h 59m / Not Rated / Documentary



Director Morgan Neville, with Won't You Be My Neighbor? (the highest-grossing biographical doc of all time) and 20 Feet From Stardom (winner of the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature) under his belt, certainly knows how to make a compelling, deep-diving biopic. But it's difficult to think of a subject more potentially slippery than Anthony Bourdain, the beloved "celebrity chef" (he would have hated being called that) who rose to stardom with a brutally frank book about life in the restaurant world, became the host of several travel/food shows that broke completely from the mold of luxury travel/food shows, and tragically died by suicide in 2018. How do you eulogize a world-famous cipher? Should you even try?


Whatever else Bourdain was, he was honest; as private and conflicted about his fame as he was, he seemed to wish to be known. More to the point, he knew he had an audience, and he felt it was vital to use that fact responsibly, to bring attention to people and parts of the world he thought deserved it. So maybe the best way to honor him is just to put him on the screen, one last time. Chef, writer, adventurer, provocateur — Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain is an intimate, behind-the-scenes look at how an anonymous chef with a two-pack-a-day grumble and a Hunter S. Thompson attitude became a world-renowned cultural icon. This unflinching look at Bourdain reverberates with his presence, in his own voice and in the way he indelibly impacted the world around him.


Please stick around after the opening night screening on Friday, July 16 for a special panel discussion and audience Q&A with Dallas-based chef and global foodie Michael Bell (Cowboys Club, Knife); food writer and publicist Jeff Houck (The Tampa Tribune, Columbia Restaurant Group); and restauranteurs and mental-health advocates Greg & Michelle Baker (The Refinery, Fodder & Shine)


***


Before your visit to Tampa Theatre, please CLICK HERE to familiarize yourself with our COVID-19 safety protocols and download our new Noble Concessions App for easy ordering from your seat.


***

Tampa Theatre Members please enter the barcode on your membership card when prompted to receive your discount and complimentary tickets if applicable.


 



$0.00 - $11.50
Aug
4 Wed
Image for Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain (2021)

Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain (2021)

Tampa, FL
United States
Doors at 7:00 PM, Show at 7:30 PM
 More Information
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
ADULT: $11.50
CHILD: $9.50
MEMBER NO FEE: $11.50
MEMBER COMP: $0.00
MEMBER DISC: $8.50

TICKET SALE DATES
ADULT / CHILD / MEMBER NO FEE / MEMBER COMP / MEMBER DISC Public Onsale: July 27, 2021 10:57 AM to August 4, 2021 8:00 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain (2021)


1h 59m / Not Rated / Documentary



Director Morgan Neville, with Won't You Be My Neighbor? (the highest-grossing biographical doc of all time) and 20 Feet From Stardom (winner of the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature) under his belt, certainly knows how to make a compelling, deep-diving biopic. But it's difficult to think of a subject more potentially slippery than Anthony Bourdain, the beloved "celebrity chef" (he would have hated being called that) who rose to stardom with a brutally frank book about life in the restaurant world, became the host of several travel/food shows that broke completely from the mold of luxury travel/food shows, and tragically died by suicide in 2018. How do you eulogize a world-famous cipher? Should you even try?


Whatever else Bourdain was, he was honest; as private and conflicted about his fame as he was, he seemed to wish to be known. More to the point, he knew he had an audience, and he felt it was vital to use that fact responsibly, to bring attention to people and parts of the world he thought deserved it. So maybe the best way to honor him is just to put him on the screen, one last time. Chef, writer, adventurer, provocateur — Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain is an intimate, behind-the-scenes look at how an anonymous chef with a two-pack-a-day grumble and a Hunter S. Thompson attitude became a world-renowned cultural icon. This unflinching look at Bourdain reverberates with his presence, in his own voice and in the way he indelibly impacted the world around him.


Please stick around after the opening night screening on Friday, July 16 for a special panel discussion and audience Q&A with Dallas-based chef and global foodie Michael Bell (Cowboys Club, Knife); food writer and publicist Jeff Houck (The Tampa Tribune, Columbia Restaurant Group); and restauranteurs and mental-health advocates Greg & Michelle Baker (The Refinery, Fodder & Shine)


***


Before your visit to Tampa Theatre, please CLICK HERE to familiarize yourself with our COVID-19 safety protocols and download our new Noble Concessions App for easy ordering from your seat.


***

Tampa Theatre Members please enter the barcode on your membership card when prompted to receive your discount and complimentary tickets if applicable.


 



$0.00 - $11.50
Aug
5 Thu
Image for Some Like It Hot (1959)

Some Like It Hot (1959)

Tampa, FL
United States
Doors at 6:30 PM, Show at 7:30 PM
 More Information
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
INDIVIDUAL: $10.00
MEMBER NO FEE: $10.00
MEMBER COMP: $0.00
MEMBER DISC: $7.00
YELP: $0.00

TICKET SALE DATES
YELP Public Onsale: July 14, 2021 2:22 PM to August 7, 2021 1:30 AM
INDIVIDUAL / MEMBER NO FEE / MEMBER COMP / MEMBER DISC Public Onsale: May 10, 2021 12:00 PM to August 5, 2021 8:00 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
2h 12m / PG / Comedy

Near the middle of Some Like It Hot, Marilyn Monroe stands in front of an all-woman orchestra (well, all-woman except for Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis — they have dressed as women and joined the band to dodge the Mafia) to sing “I Wanna Be Loved By You.” Surrounded by glitz and luxury and dancing couples, a spotlight hits her from collarbone to crown. She’s the brightest spot in a sea of grey. It’s hard to shake the feeling that this must have been how she lived her whole life: incandescent, impossibly charismatic, funny and bubbly and forever the pinpoint center of attention. Monroe’s sad slide from biggest star in the world to terribly tragic victim was just beginning in 1959, and the Hollywood legends about how difficult she was to work with still follow this movie. But, as director Billy Wilder said, “My Aunt Minnie would always be punctual and never hold up production, but who would pay to see my Aunt Minnie?” Ostensibly a Lemmon-Curtis two-hander, Monroe makes it something completely new. Some Like It Hot remains one of film’s all-time great comedies and an example of a one-of-a-kind performer at the height of her powers.


Stick around after the Sunday screening for a FREE post-show Film Talk audience discussion and Q&A with retired University of South Florida film professor Harriet Deer.


***


For your convenience and the health and safety of our Box Office attendants, please consider purchasing your tickets online in advance.


Before your visit to Tampa Theatre, please CLICK HERE to familiarize yourself with our COVID-19 safety protocols and download our new Noble Concessions App for easy ordering from your seat.

Tampa Theatre Members please enter the barcode on your membership card when prompted to receive your discount and complimentary tickets if applicable.


$0.00 - $10.00
Aug
6 Fri
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Nine Days

Tampa, FL
United States
Doors at 7:00 PM, Show at 7:30 PM
 More Information
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
ADULT: $11.50
CHILD: $9.50
MEMBER NO FEE: $11.50
MEMBER COMP: $0.00
MEMBER DISC: $8.50

TICKET SALE DATES
ADULT / CHILD / MEMBER NO FEE / MEMBER COMP / MEMBER DISC Public Onsale: July 1, 2021 5:00 PM to August 6, 2021 8:00 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

2h 4m / R / Fantasy, Drama

When directors make their debut feature films, most take on a relatively easy, straightforward project. Usually it's something that feeds into their talent and experience, wherever that may lie: commercials, or music videos, or perhaps some past work as an assistant director. Nine Days, the first feature from Brazilian-born Edson Oda, isn't one of those. Instead, it's a fiercely original, supernatural, introspective character drama about a bureaucratic psychopomp assigning souls to new lives on Earth. So much for easy.


Will (Winston Duke, Black Panther) spends his days in a remote desert outpost watching people going about their lives (their points of view are broadcasted to an array of TVs) until one subject perishes, leaving a vacancy for a new life on earth. Soon, several candidate souls — Tony Hale, Bill Skarsgård, and others — arrive at Will's to undergo tests determining their fitness. And the stakes are high; if they are found to be unsuitable, the souls cease to exist. But Will soon faces his own existential challenge in the form of free-spirited Emma (Zazie Beetz, Atlanta, Joker), forcing him to turn within and reckon with his own tumultuous past. Fueled by unexpected power, he discovers a bold new path forward in his own life. Or "life"? Hard to say. The more cynical, experienced moviegoer might expect a film of this description to be overly precious, po-faced, or pretentious. But Oda delivers a deftly-handled and heartfelt vision of human souls in limbo, aching to be born against unimaginable odds yet hindered by forces beyond their will. It takes a lot of confidence to address a question like "what makes a person deserve the life they're given?" but Nine Days makes it clear that confidence is deserved..


***


Before your visit to Tampa Theatre, please CLICK HERE to familiarize yourself with our COVID-19 safety protocols and download our new Noble Concessions App for easy ordering from your seat.


***

Tampa Theatre Members please enter the barcode on your membership card when prompted to receive your discount and complimentary tickets if applicable.



$0.00 - $11.50
Aug
7 Sat
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Nine Days

Tampa, FL
United States
Doors at 3:45 PM, Show at 4:15 PM
 More Information
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
MEMBER NO FEE: $9.50
MEMBER COMP: $0.00
MEMBER DISC: $6.50
MATINEE: $9.50

TICKET SALE DATES
MEMBER NO FEE / MEMBER COMP / MEMBER DISC / MATINEE Public Onsale: July 1, 2021 5:00 PM to August 7, 2021 4:45 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

2h 4m / R / Fantasy, Drama



When directors make their debut feature films, most take on a relatively easy, straightforward project. Usually it's something that feeds into their talent and experience, wherever that may lie: commercials, or music videos, or perhaps some past work as an assistant director. Nine Days, the first feature from Brazilian-born Edson Oda, isn't one of those. Instead, it's a fiercely original, supernatural, introspective character drama about a bureaucratic psychopomp assigning souls to new lives on Earth. So much for easy.


Will (Winston Duke, Black Panther) spends his days in a remote desert outpost watching people going about their lives (their points of view are broadcasted to an array of TVs) until one subject perishes, leaving a vacancy for a new life on earth. Soon, several candidate souls — Tony Hale, Bill Skarsgård, and others — arrive at Will's to undergo tests determining their fitness. And the stakes are high; if they are found to be unsuitable, the souls cease to exist. But Will soon faces his own existential challenge in the form of free-spirited Emma (Zazie Beetz, Atlanta, Joker), forcing him to turn within and reckon with his own tumultuous past. Fueled by unexpected power, he discovers a bold new path forward in his own life. Or "life"? Hard to say. The more cynical, experienced moviegoer might expect a film of this description to be overly precious, po-faced, or pretentious. But Oda delivers a deftly-handled and heartfelt vision of human souls in limbo, aching to be born against unimaginable odds yet hindered by forces beyond their will. It takes a lot of confidence to address a question like "what makes a person deserve the life they're given?" but Nine Days makes it clear that confidence is deserved..


***


Before your visit to Tampa Theatre, please CLICK HERE to familiarize yourself with our COVID-19 safety protocols and download our new Noble Concessions App for easy ordering from your seat.


***

Tampa Theatre Members please enter the barcode on your membership card when prompted to receive your discount and complimentary tickets if applicable.


$0.00 - $9.50
Aug
7 Sat
Image for Nine Days

Nine Days

Tampa, FL
United States
Doors at 7:00 PM, Show at 7:30 PM
 More Information
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
ADULT: $11.50
CHILD: $9.50
MEMBER NO FEE: $11.50
MEMBER COMP: $0.00
MEMBER DISC: $8.50

TICKET SALE DATES
ADULT / CHILD / MEMBER NO FEE / MEMBER COMP / MEMBER DISC Public Onsale: July 1, 2021 5:00 PM to August 7, 2021 8:00 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

2h 4m / R / Fantasy, Drama

When directors make their debut feature films, most take on a relatively easy, straightforward project. Usually it's something that feeds into their talent and experience, wherever that may lie: commercials, or music videos, or perhaps some past work as an assistant director. Nine Days, the first feature from Brazilian-born Edson Oda, isn't one of those. Instead, it's a fiercely original, supernatural, introspective character drama about a bureaucratic psychopomp assigning souls to new lives on Earth. So much for easy.


Will (Winston Duke, Black Panther) spends his days in a remote desert outpost watching people going about their lives (their points of view are broadcasted to an array of TVs) until one subject perishes, leaving a vacancy for a new life on earth. Soon, several candidate souls — Tony Hale, Bill Skarsgård, and others — arrive at Will's to undergo tests determining their fitness. And the stakes are high; if they are found to be unsuitable, the souls cease to exist. But Will soon faces his own existential challenge in the form of free-spirited Emma (Zazie Beetz, Atlanta, Joker), forcing him to turn within and reckon with his own tumultuous past. Fueled by unexpected power, he discovers a bold new path forward in his own life. Or "life"? Hard to say. The more cynical, experienced moviegoer might expect a film of this description to be overly precious, po-faced, or pretentious. But Oda delivers a deftly-handled and heartfelt vision of human souls in limbo, aching to be born against unimaginable odds yet hindered by forces beyond their will. It takes a lot of confidence to address a question like "what makes a person deserve the life they're given?" but Nine Days makes it clear that confidence is deserved..


***


Before your visit to Tampa Theatre, please CLICK HERE to familiarize yourself with our COVID-19 safety protocols and download our new Noble Concessions App for easy ordering from your seat.


***

Tampa Theatre Members please enter the barcode on your membership card when prompted to receive your discount and complimentary tickets if applicable.



$0.00 - $11.50
Aug
8 Sun
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Singin' in the Rain (1952)

Tampa, FL
United States
Doors at 2:00 PM, Show at 3:00 PM
 More Information
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
INDIVIDUAL: $10.00
MEMBER NO FEE: $10.00
MEMBER COMP: $0.00
MEMBER DISC: $7.00
YELP: $0.00

TICKET SALE DATES
YELP Public Onsale: July 14, 2021 2:22 PM to August 9, 2021 9:00 PM
INDIVIDUAL / MEMBER NO FEE / MEMBER COMP / MEMBER DISC Public Onsale: May 10, 2021 12:00 PM to August 8, 2021 3:30 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
1h 43m / G / Musical

When Debbie Reynolds passed away in 2016, how many of us thought first of her spritely, sassy performance of “Good Morning”? Her breakout role, Singin’ in the Rain put her next to Donald O’Connor, Jean Hagen and the immortal Gene Kelly, and even as a fresh-faced nineteen-year-old, she steals every scene she’s in. As with so many classic movies, the plot is the least important part; the story of a couple of Hollywood performers trying to make it in the scary new world of “talkies,” Singin’ in the Rain is full to bursting with songs and images that have entered the basic lexicon of American pop culture. But seeing it on the big screen, as it was meant to be seen, remains a revelation.


Stick around after the Sunday screening for a FREE post-show Film Talk audience discussion and Q&A with retired University of South Florida film professor Harriet Deer.


***


For your convenience and the health and safety of our Box Office attendants, please consider purchasing your tickets online in advance.


Before your visit to Tampa Theatre, please CLICK HERE to familiarize yourself with our COVID-19 safety protocols and download our new Noble Concessions App for easy ordering from your seat.

Tampa Theatre Members please enter the barcode on your membership card when prompted to receive your discount and complimentary tickets if applicable.


$0.00 - $10.00
Aug
8 Sun
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Nine Days

Tampa, FL
United States
Doors at 6:00 PM, Show at 6:30 PM
 More Information
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
ADULT: $11.50
CHILD: $9.50
MEMBER NO FEE: $11.50
MEMBER COMP: $0.00
MEMBER DISC: $8.50

TICKET SALE DATES
ADULT / CHILD / MEMBER NO FEE / MEMBER COMP / MEMBER DISC Public Onsale: July 1, 2021 5:00 PM to August 8, 2021 7:00 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

2h 4m / R / Fantasy, Drama

When directors make their debut feature films, most take on a relatively easy, straightforward project. Usually it's something that feeds into their talent and experience, wherever that may lie: commercials, or music videos, or perhaps some past work as an assistant director. Nine Days, the first feature from Brazilian-born Edson Oda, isn't one of those. Instead, it's a fiercely original, supernatural, introspective character drama about a bureaucratic psychopomp assigning souls to new lives on Earth. So much for easy.


Will (Winston Duke, Black Panther) spends his days in a remote desert outpost watching people going about their lives (their points of view are broadcasted to an array of TVs) until one subject perishes, leaving a vacancy for a new life on earth. Soon, several candidate souls — Tony Hale, Bill Skarsgård, and others — arrive at Will's to undergo tests determining their fitness. And the stakes are high; if they are found to be unsuitable, the souls cease to exist. But Will soon faces his own existential challenge in the form of free-spirited Emma (Zazie Beetz, Atlanta, Joker), forcing him to turn within and reckon with his own tumultuous past. Fueled by unexpected power, he discovers a bold new path forward in his own life. Or "life"? Hard to say. The more cynical, experienced moviegoer might expect a film of this description to be overly precious, po-faced, or pretentious. But Oda delivers a deftly-handled and heartfelt vision of human souls in limbo, aching to be born against unimaginable odds yet hindered by forces beyond their will. It takes a lot of confidence to address a question like "what makes a person deserve the life they're given?" but Nine Days makes it clear that confidence is deserved..


***


Before your visit to Tampa Theatre, please CLICK HERE to familiarize yourself with our COVID-19 safety protocols and download our new Noble Concessions App for easy ordering from your seat.


***

Tampa Theatre Members please enter the barcode on your membership card when prompted to receive your discount and complimentary tickets if applicable.



$0.00 - $11.50
Aug
9 Mon
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Nine Days

Tampa, FL
United States
Doors at 7:00 PM, Show at 7:30 PM
 More Information
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
ADULT: $11.50
CHILD: $9.50
MEMBER NO FEE: $11.50
MEMBER COMP: $0.00
MEMBER DISC: $8.50

TICKET SALE DATES
ADULT / CHILD / MEMBER NO FEE / MEMBER COMP / MEMBER DISC Public Onsale: July 1, 2021 5:00 PM to August 9, 2021 8:00 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

2h 4m / R / Fantasy, Drama

When directors make their debut feature films, most take on a relatively easy, straightforward project. Usually it's something that feeds into their talent and experience, wherever that may lie: commercials, or music videos, or perhaps some past work as an assistant director. Nine Days, the first feature from Brazilian-born Edson Oda, isn't one of those. Instead, it's a fiercely original, supernatural, introspective character drama about a bureaucratic psychopomp assigning souls to new lives on Earth. So much for easy.


Will (Winston Duke, Black Panther) spends his days in a remote desert outpost watching people going about their lives (their points of view are broadcasted to an array of TVs) until one subject perishes, leaving a vacancy for a new life on earth. Soon, several candidate souls — Tony Hale, Bill Skarsgård, and others — arrive at Will's to undergo tests determining their fitness. And the stakes are high; if they are found to be unsuitable, the souls cease to exist. But Will soon faces his own existential challenge in the form of free-spirited Emma (Zazie Beetz, Atlanta, Joker), forcing him to turn within and reckon with his own tumultuous past. Fueled by unexpected power, he discovers a bold new path forward in his own life. Or "life"? Hard to say. The more cynical, experienced moviegoer might expect a film of this description to be overly precious, po-faced, or pretentious. But Oda delivers a deftly-handled and heartfelt vision of human souls in limbo, aching to be born against unimaginable odds yet hindered by forces beyond their will. It takes a lot of confidence to address a question like "what makes a person deserve the life they're given?" but Nine Days makes it clear that confidence is deserved..


***


Before your visit to Tampa Theatre, please CLICK HERE to familiarize yourself with our COVID-19 safety protocols and download our new Noble Concessions App for easy ordering from your seat.


***

Tampa Theatre Members please enter the barcode on your membership card when prompted to receive your discount and complimentary tickets if applicable.



$0.00 - $11.50
Aug
10 Tue
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Nine Days

Tampa, FL
United States
Doors at 7:00 PM, Show at 7:30 PM
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TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
ADULT: $11.50
CHILD: $9.50
MEMBER NO FEE: $11.50
MEMBER COMP: $0.00
MEMBER DISC: $8.50

TICKET SALE DATES
ADULT / CHILD / MEMBER NO FEE / MEMBER COMP / MEMBER DISC Public Onsale: July 1, 2021 5:00 PM to August 10, 2021 8:00 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

2h 4m / R / Fantasy, Drama

When directors make their debut feature films, most take on a relatively easy, straightforward project. Usually it's something that feeds into their talent and experience, wherever that may lie: commercials, or music videos, or perhaps some past work as an assistant director. Nine Days, the first feature from Brazilian-born Edson Oda, isn't one of those. Instead, it's a fiercely original, supernatural, introspective character drama about a bureaucratic psychopomp assigning souls to new lives on Earth. So much for easy.


Will (Winston Duke, Black Panther) spends his days in a remote desert outpost watching people going about their lives (their points of view are broadcasted to an array of TVs) until one subject perishes, leaving a vacancy for a new life on earth. Soon, several candidate souls — Tony Hale, Bill Skarsgård, and others — arrive at Will's to undergo tests determining their fitness. And the stakes are high; if they are found to be unsuitable, the souls cease to exist. But Will soon faces his own existential challenge in the form of free-spirited Emma (Zazie Beetz, Atlanta, Joker), forcing him to turn within and reckon with his own tumultuous past. Fueled by unexpected power, he discovers a bold new path forward in his own life. Or "life"? Hard to say. The more cynical, experienced moviegoer might expect a film of this description to be overly precious, po-faced, or pretentious. But Oda delivers a deftly-handled and heartfelt vision of human souls in limbo, aching to be born against unimaginable odds yet hindered by forces beyond their will. It takes a lot of confidence to address a question like "what makes a person deserve the life they're given?" but Nine Days makes it clear that confidence is deserved..


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$0.00 - $11.50
Aug
11 Wed
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Nine Days

Tampa, FL
United States
Doors at 7:00 PM, Show at 7:30 PM
 More Information
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
ADULT: $11.50
CHILD: $9.50
MEMBER NO FEE: $11.50
MEMBER COMP: $0.00
MEMBER DISC: $8.50

TICKET SALE DATES
ADULT / CHILD / MEMBER NO FEE / MEMBER COMP / MEMBER DISC Public Onsale: July 1, 2021 5:00 PM to August 11, 2021 8:00 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

2h 4m / R / Fantasy, Drama

When directors make their debut feature films, most take on a relatively easy, straightforward project. Usually it's something that feeds into their talent and experience, wherever that may lie: commercials, or music videos, or perhaps some past work as an assistant director. Nine Days, the first feature from Brazilian-born Edson Oda, isn't one of those. Instead, it's a fiercely original, supernatural, introspective character drama about a bureaucratic psychopomp assigning souls to new lives on Earth. So much for easy.


Will (Winston Duke, Black Panther) spends his days in a remote desert outpost watching people going about their lives (their points of view are broadcasted to an array of TVs) until one subject perishes, leaving a vacancy for a new life on earth. Soon, several candidate souls — Tony Hale, Bill Skarsgård, and others — arrive at Will's to undergo tests determining their fitness. And the stakes are high; if they are found to be unsuitable, the souls cease to exist. But Will soon faces his own existential challenge in the form of free-spirited Emma (Zazie Beetz, Atlanta, Joker), forcing him to turn within and reckon with his own tumultuous past. Fueled by unexpected power, he discovers a bold new path forward in his own life. Or "life"? Hard to say. The more cynical, experienced moviegoer might expect a film of this description to be overly precious, po-faced, or pretentious. But Oda delivers a deftly-handled and heartfelt vision of human souls in limbo, aching to be born against unimaginable odds yet hindered by forces beyond their will. It takes a lot of confidence to address a question like "what makes a person deserve the life they're given?" but Nine Days makes it clear that confidence is deserved..


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Before your visit to Tampa Theatre, please CLICK HERE to familiarize yourself with our COVID-19 safety protocols and download our new Noble Concessions App for easy ordering from your seat.


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Tampa Theatre Members please enter the barcode on your membership card when prompted to receive your discount and complimentary tickets if applicable.



$0.00 - $11.50
Aug
12 Thu
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Singin' in the Rain (1952)

Tampa, FL
United States
Doors at 6:30 PM, Show at 7:30 PM
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TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
INDIVIDUAL: $10.00
MEMBER NO FEE: $10.00
MEMBER COMP: $0.00
MEMBER DISC: $7.00
YELP: $0.00

TICKET SALE DATES
YELP Public Onsale: July 14, 2021 2:22 PM to August 14, 2021 1:30 AM
INDIVIDUAL / MEMBER NO FEE / MEMBER COMP / MEMBER DISC Public Onsale: May 10, 2021 12:00 PM to August 12, 2021 8:00 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
1h 43m / G / Musical

When Debbie Reynolds passed away in 2016, how many of us thought first of her spritely, sassy performance of “Good Morning”? Her breakout role, Singin’ in the Rain put her next to Donald O’Connor, Jean Hagen and the immortal Gene Kelly, and even as a fresh-faced nineteen-year-old, she steals every scene she’s in. As with so many classic movies, the plot is the least important part; the story of a couple of Hollywood performers trying to make it in the scary new world of “talkies,” Singin’ in the Rain is full to bursting with songs and images that have entered the basic lexicon of American pop culture. But seeing it on the big screen, as it was meant to be seen, remains a revelation.


Stick around after the Sunday screening for a FREE post-show Film Talk audience discussion and Q&A with retired University of South Florida film professor Harriet Deer.


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For your convenience and the health and safety of our Box Office attendants, please consider purchasing your tickets online in advance.


Before your visit to Tampa Theatre, please CLICK HERE to familiarize yourself with our COVID-19 safety protocols and download our new Noble Concessions App for easy ordering from your seat.

Tampa Theatre Members please enter the barcode on your membership card when prompted to receive your discount and complimentary tickets if applicable.


$0.00 - $10.00
Aug
13 Fri
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Nine Days

Tampa, FL
United States
Doors at 7:00 PM, Show at 7:30 PM
 More Information
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
ADULT: $11.50
CHILD: $9.50
MEMBER NO FEE: $11.50
MEMBER COMP: $0.00
MEMBER DISC: $8.50

TICKET SALE DATES
ADULT / CHILD / MEMBER NO FEE / MEMBER COMP / MEMBER DISC Public Onsale: July 1, 2021 5:00 PM to August 13, 2021 8:00 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

2h 4m / R / Fantasy, Drama

When directors make their debut feature films, most take on a relatively easy, straightforward project. Usually it's something that feeds into their talent and experience, wherever that may lie: commercials, or music videos, or perhaps some past work as an assistant director. Nine Days, the first feature from Brazilian-born Edson Oda, isn't one of those. Instead, it's a fiercely original, supernatural, introspective character drama about a bureaucratic psychopomp assigning souls to new lives on Earth. So much for easy.


Will (Winston Duke, Black Panther) spends his days in a remote desert outpost watching people going about their lives (their points of view are broadcasted to an array of TVs) until one subject perishes, leaving a vacancy for a new life on earth. Soon, several candidate souls — Tony Hale, Bill Skarsgård, and others — arrive at Will's to undergo tests determining their fitness. And the stakes are high; if they are found to be unsuitable, the souls cease to exist. But Will soon faces his own existential challenge in the form of free-spirited Emma (Zazie Beetz, Atlanta, Joker), forcing him to turn within and reckon with his own tumultuous past. Fueled by unexpected power, he discovers a bold new path forward in his own life. Or "life"? Hard to say. The more cynical, experienced moviegoer might expect a film of this description to be overly precious, po-faced, or pretentious. But Oda delivers a deftly-handled and heartfelt vision of human souls in limbo, aching to be born against unimaginable odds yet hindered by forces beyond their will. It takes a lot of confidence to address a question like "what makes a person deserve the life they're given?" but Nine Days makes it clear that confidence is deserved..


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Before your visit to Tampa Theatre, please CLICK HERE to familiarize yourself with our COVID-19 safety protocols and download our new Noble Concessions App for easy ordering from your seat.


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Tampa Theatre Members please enter the barcode on your membership card when prompted to receive your discount and complimentary tickets if applicable.



$0.00 - $11.50
Aug
14 Sat
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Summertime (2021)

Tampa, FL
United States
Doors at 4:00 PM, Show at 4:30 PM
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TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
MEMBER NO FEE: $9.50
MEMBER COMP: $0.00
MEMBER DISC: $6.50
MATINEE: $9.50

TICKET SALE DATES
MEMBER NO FEE / MEMBER COMP / MEMBER DISC / MATINEE Public Onsale: July 27, 2021 2:24 PM to August 14, 2021 5:00 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

1h 35m / R / Musical Compilation



A lo-fi, high-ingenuity collaborative endeavor between director Carlos Lopéz Estrada (Blindspotting) and more than two dozen Angelenos from underrepresented backgrounds — female, black, Latinx, Korean American, queer — this fleet-footed, kaleidoscopic showcase was inspired by a poetry event Estrada, in which performers from across Los Angeles recited fearlessly personal texts about themselves, their communities, and their relationship to their city. That group of poets, Get Lit, uses poetry to "increase literacy, empower youth and inspire communities." And in Summertime, they star in a series of loosely connected episodes developed around their individual poems and interwoven into a larger, unified, moving narrative experiment — part long-form poetry slam, part contemporary musical and part sociological art-film.


Your hapless writer finds himself unable to name the patterns of interest and behavior in people in their teens and early twenties without sounding like a "kids these days" curmudgeon — please bear with us through the next two words. Youth culture is more preoccupied with finding your authentic self through public, performative exploration of different personas (and cutting edge video technology) than ever. Summertime manifests a version of that exploration that's less polished and closer to the heart than your off-the-shelf Broadway coming-of-age musical. And casting a group of brilliant young people in the City of Angels, bringing with them a panoply of perspectives marginalized by mainstream media, sends the message that Summertime wants the world to start appreciating what it doesn’t know about those it hears from far too seldom.


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Before your visit to Tampa Theatre, please CLICK HERE to familiarize yourself with our COVID-19 safety protocols and download our new Noble Concessions App for easy ordering from your seat.


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Tampa Theatre Members please enter the barcode on your membership card when prompted to receive your discount and complimentary tickets if applicable.


 


$0.00 - $9.50
Aug
14 Sat
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Nine Days

Tampa, FL
United States
Doors at 7:00 PM, Show at 7:30 PM
 More Information
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
ADULT: $11.50
CHILD: $9.50
MEMBER NO FEE: $11.50
MEMBER COMP: $0.00
MEMBER DISC: $8.50

TICKET SALE DATES
ADULT / CHILD / MEMBER NO FEE / MEMBER COMP / MEMBER DISC Public Onsale: July 1, 2021 5:00 PM to August 14, 2021 8:00 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

2h 4m / R / Fantasy, Drama

When directors make their debut feature films, most take on a relatively easy, straightforward project. Usually it's something that feeds into their talent and experience, wherever that may lie: commercials, or music videos, or perhaps some past work as an assistant director. Nine Days, the first feature from Brazilian-born Edson Oda, isn't one of those. Instead, it's a fiercely original, supernatural, introspective character drama about a bureaucratic psychopomp assigning souls to new lives on Earth. So much for easy.


Will (Winston Duke, Black Panther) spends his days in a remote desert outpost watching people going about their lives (their points of view are broadcasted to an array of TVs) until one subject perishes, leaving a vacancy for a new life on earth. Soon, several candidate souls — Tony Hale, Bill Skarsgård, and others — arrive at Will's to undergo tests determining their fitness. And the stakes are high; if they are found to be unsuitable, the souls cease to exist. But Will soon faces his own existential challenge in the form of free-spirited Emma (Zazie Beetz, Atlanta, Joker), forcing him to turn within and reckon with his own tumultuous past. Fueled by unexpected power, he discovers a bold new path forward in his own life. Or "life"? Hard to say. The more cynical, experienced moviegoer might expect a film of this description to be overly precious, po-faced, or pretentious. But Oda delivers a deftly-handled and heartfelt vision of human souls in limbo, aching to be born against unimaginable odds yet hindered by forces beyond their will. It takes a lot of confidence to address a question like "what makes a person deserve the life they're given?" but Nine Days makes it clear that confidence is deserved..


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Before your visit to Tampa Theatre, please CLICK HERE to familiarize yourself with our COVID-19 safety protocols and download our new Noble Concessions App for easy ordering from your seat.


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Tampa Theatre Members please enter the barcode on your membership card when prompted to receive your discount and complimentary tickets if applicable.



$0.00 - $11.50
Aug
15 Sun
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Young Frankenstein (1974)

Tampa, FL
United States
Doors at 2:00 PM, Show at 3:00 PM
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TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
INDIVIDUAL: $10.00
MEMBER NO FEE: $10.00
MEMBER COMP: $0.00
MEMBER DISC: $7.00
YELP: $0.00

TICKET SALE DATES
YELP Public Onsale: July 14, 2021 2:22 PM to August 16, 2021 9:00 PM
INDIVIDUAL / MEMBER NO FEE / MEMBER COMP / MEMBER DISC Public Onsale: May 10, 2021 12:00 PM to August 15, 2021 3:30 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
1h 46m / PG / Comedy

In 1974, Mel Brooks got together a bunch of his funniest friends and made a send-up of a film genre that he loved as a kid but that they just weren’t making anymore: the stiff, talky, black & white horror movies of the ‘30s. The result was Young Frankenstein. (As an aside, later the same year he did the exact same thing, except with Westerns instead of monster movies. The result was Blazing Saddles. Pretty solid year.) Nowadays if you gather your comedian friends to have fun and make a hugely profitable movie, they call you Adam Sandler. Back then they called you the king of film parody. And it’s good to be the king.


Young Frankenstein retells the story of a differently-pronounced Dr. Frankenstein (the incomparable Gene Wilder) and his henchmen and hangers-on (Teri Garr, Cloris Leachman, Marty Feldman) as he creates life (Peter Boyle plays the monster with goofy innocence) and then promptly loses control of it, to the dismay of nearby villagers. In retrospect a surprisingly faithful rendition of the Boris Karloff Frankenstein from 1931, you still shouldn’t come in expecting a serious or … wait, have you never seen it? What are you waiting for? Stop reading this immediately, and go buy as many tickets as you can responsibly afford.


Stick around after each of the screenings for a FREE post-show Film Talk audience discussion and Q&A with retired University of South Florida film professor Harriet Deer on Sunday, and with retired Tampa Bay Times film critic Steve Persall on Thursday.


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For your convenience and the health and safety of our Box Office attendants, please consider purchasing your tickets online in advance.


Before your visit to Tampa Theatre, please CLICK HERE to familiarize yourself with our COVID-19 safety protocols and download our new Noble Concessions App for easy ordering from your seat.

Tampa Theatre Members please enter the barcode on your membership card when prompted to receive your discount and complimentary tickets if applicable.


$0.00 - $10.00
Aug
15 Sun
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Nine Days

Tampa, FL
United States
Doors at 6:00 PM, Show at 6:30 PM
 More Information
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
ADULT: $11.50
CHILD: $9.50
MEMBER NO FEE: $11.50
MEMBER COMP: $0.00
MEMBER DISC: $8.50

TICKET SALE DATES
ADULT / CHILD / MEMBER NO FEE / MEMBER COMP / MEMBER DISC Public Onsale: July 1, 2021 5:00 PM to August 15, 2021 7:00 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

2h 4m / R / Fantasy, Drama

When directors make their debut feature films, most take on a relatively easy, straightforward project. Usually it's something that feeds into their talent and experience, wherever that may lie: commercials, or music videos, or perhaps some past work as an assistant director. Nine Days, the first feature from Brazilian-born Edson Oda, isn't one of those. Instead, it's a fiercely original, supernatural, introspective character drama about a bureaucratic psychopomp assigning souls to new lives on Earth. So much for easy.


Will (Winston Duke, Black Panther) spends his days in a remote desert outpost watching people going about their lives (their points of view are broadcasted to an array of TVs) until one subject perishes, leaving a vacancy for a new life on earth. Soon, several candidate souls — Tony Hale, Bill Skarsgård, and others — arrive at Will's to undergo tests determining their fitness. And the stakes are high; if they are found to be unsuitable, the souls cease to exist. But Will soon faces his own existential challenge in the form of free-spirited Emma (Zazie Beetz, Atlanta, Joker), forcing him to turn within and reckon with his own tumultuous past. Fueled by unexpected power, he discovers a bold new path forward in his own life. Or "life"? Hard to say. The more cynical, experienced moviegoer might expect a film of this description to be overly precious, po-faced, or pretentious. But Oda delivers a deftly-handled and heartfelt vision of human souls in limbo, aching to be born against unimaginable odds yet hindered by forces beyond their will. It takes a lot of confidence to address a question like "what makes a person deserve the life they're given?" but Nine Days makes it clear that confidence is deserved..


***


Before your visit to Tampa Theatre, please CLICK HERE to familiarize yourself with our COVID-19 safety protocols and download our new Noble Concessions App for easy ordering from your seat.


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Tampa Theatre Members please enter the barcode on your membership card when prompted to receive your discount and complimentary tickets if applicable.



$0.00 - $11.50

711 N Franklin St
Tampa, FL
United States
Built in 1926, the Tampa Theatre is one of America’s most elaborate movie palaces and a beloved community landmark.

Visitors to the Theatre enjoy world-class entertainment under a realistic night sky with twinkling stars, in a romantic Mediterranean courtyard replete with old-world statues, flowers, and gargoyles.

Today, the Theatre is managed by the not-for-profit Tampa Theatre Foundation. As one of the most heavily utilized venues of its kind in the United States, Tampa Theatre’s single auditorium hosts more than 600 events each year, including a full schedule of first-run and classic films, concerts, special events, corporate events, tours and educational programs.