January 27-March 12

At the State Theatre & the Bijou by the Bay!
44 DAYS!
ALL of them 2023

Now Showing! Matinee Pricing ALL Day!

80 For Brady

A quartet of elderly best friends decide to live life to the fullest by taking a wild trip to the Super Bowl to see their hero Tom Brady play.

February 4-February 9

Saturday: 1:00pm, 4:00pm, 7:00pm

Sunday: 10:00am, 1:00pm, 4:00pm, 7:00pm

Monday: 1:00pm, 4:00pm, 7:00pm

Tuesday: 1:00pm, 4:00pm, 7:00pm

Wednesday: 1:00pm, 4:00pm, 7:00pm

Thursday: 1:00pm, 4:00pm, 7:00pm

Rated: PG-13

1h 38m

Encore Showings


Living’ Is Bill Nighy’s Finest Hour, and Worthy of Oscar Love– Rolling Stone

Febuary 1 – 9

Wednesday: 2:00pm, 6:00pm

Thursday: 2:00pm, 6:00pm

Friday: 2:00pm


Sunday: 2:00pm

Monday: 6:00pm

Tuesday: 2:00pm

Wednesday: 6:00pm

Thursday: 2:00pm

Rated: PG-13

1h 42m

Now Showing

The Whale

A reclusive English teacher suffering from severe obesity attempts to reconnect with his estranged teenage daughter for one last chance at redemption.

Febuary 3 – 9

Friday: 6:00pm


Sunday: 6:00pm

Monday: 2:00pm

Tuesday: 6:00pm

Wednesday: 2:00pm

Thursday: 6:00pm

Rated: R

1h 47m

Kids’ Matinees

Saturdays: 10a

Tickets $1 for all!

Mike’s Movie

Friends —

The Wolverines’ Tom Brady, plus TCFF Lifetime Honorees Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin and National Treasures Rita Moreno and Sally Field arrive at the State starting TODAY for the much needed laughs we all so desperately appreciate!

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With your support, we’ll keep the magical experience alive.

We know parking in downtown can be tough! Let us help.


Volunteers are the heart of the State and Bijou.


A: You can purchase tickets for both theaters online (link) and in person at both box offices. The State and Bijou box offices open half an hour before each show of the day.

A: It depends on the meaning of best, easiest, and near. It also depends on the time of day and time of year (a rhyme!).

My personal favorite is Lot B just off the Parkway between Front St. and Cass. It’s easy to get in and out, has many long-term meters, and is a 3-minute walk to the either the State or Bijou. The Hardy Parking Garage at Park and State St. is very close and will keep your car dry and snow-free (unless you’re on the top deck). If you love to parallel park, and can find an open spot, and are willing to pay premium at the meters, there’s always Front St. near the theater.

If you don’t mind a 5 or 10-minute micro-trek, nearby neighborhoods between Boardman Ave. and Franklin St. have free street parking. (Be good to the neighbors!)

Here are links to TC parking rates and locations:

A: For now, exactly what they were in 2019:

  • $9 Adults
  • $8 Seniors
  • $7 Children (5-12 and under — no unvaccinated children may attend)
  • $7 All matinees before 4pm

A: Most definitely! We intend to keep the theaters and the film festival run mostly by volunteers. Volunteers are the heart and soul of this operation. We will announce within the month the reboot of our volunteer operation. For now, just stop by on the days we’re open and pitch in!

A: OMG! They are fantastic! The real fix to a sweet tooth. Also, water is a great replacement for pop.

A: I guess we blame an economic system that is not based on the values of democracy which implies that everyone has a say in how the economy is run and that everyone has a seat at the table. Our system has rewarded the few with an out-of-control disparity in wealth and income, the lack of a living wage, and making the United States the only industrialized country where health care is not a human right. During the pandemic, those with money came to TC and bought up everything they could. Now, for many, those who work here can no longer live here. Only we can stop this.

A: Eat more gum drop grapes. And vote.

A: 20.1 miles per hour.

That’s all for today!

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