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Friday 24, September

Free Guy

Free Guy

PG-13for strong fantasy violence throughout, language and crude/suggestive references.

Friday 24, September

Sunday 26, September

Free Guy

Free Guy

PG-13for strong fantasy violence throughout, language and crude/suggestive references.

Sunday 26, September

Monday 27, September

Manhattan Short

Manhattan Short

GOnline tickets are sold out but we still have 10 tickets at the door. Doors open 6:30 pm

Monday 27, September

Wednesday 29, September

Free Guy

Free Guy

PG-13for strong fantasy violence throughout, language and crude/suggestive references.

Wednesday 29, September

Thursday 30, September

Free Guy

Free Guy

PG-13for strong fantasy violence throughout, language and crude/suggestive references.

Thursday 30, September

Saturday 9, October

The Met: Boris Godunov

The Met: Boris Godunov

Proof of vaccination required for all attendees 12 and over. Visit ArenaTheater.org for more information.

Saturday 9, October

Saturday 23, October

The Met: Fire Shut Up in My Bones

The Met: Fire Shut Up in My Bones

Proof of vaccination required for all attendees 12 and over. Visit ArenaTheater.org for more information.

Saturday 23, October

Free Guy

Free Guy

PG-13for strong fantasy violence throughout, language and crude/suggestive references.

In Twentieth Century Fox’s epic adventure-comedy “Free Guy,” a bank teller who discovers he is actually a background player in an open-world video game, decides to become the hero of his own story…one he rewrites himself. Now in a world where there are no limits, he is determined to be the guy who saves his world his way…before it is too late. Starring Ryan Reynolds, Jodie Comer, Joe Keery, Lil Rel Howery, Utkarsh Ambudkar and Taika Waititi, “Free Guy” is directed by Shawn Levy from a story by Matt Lieberman and a screenplay by Lieberman and Zak Penn. The film is produced by Ryan Reynolds, Shawn Levy, Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter and Adam Kolbrenner with Mary McLaglen, Josh McLaglen, George Dewey, Dan Levine and Michael Riley McGrath serving as executive producers.

Friday 24, September

Sunday 26, September

Wednesday 29, September

Thursday 30, September

Show Future Dates
Manhattan Short

Manhattan Short

GOnline tickets are sold out but we still have 10 tickets at the door. Doors open 6:30 pm

Filmgoers in Point Arena will join audiences in more than 400 venues spanning six continents to judge the work of the next generation of filmmakers when the 22nd Annual Manhattan Short Film Festival screens at Arena Theater’s Film Club on Monday, Sept. 27, at 7 p.m., with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $10, available online at arenatheaterfilmclub.org, arenatheater.org, or at the door. Face coverings are required and Arena Theater is operating with restricted seating capacity to allow for social distancing; it is recommended to buy tickets early. The ten 2021 finalists hail from eight countries including films from the U.K, Afghanistan, Northern Ireland, Norway, Italy and Canada, alongside two films each from France and the USA, “representing the best short films from among 970 submissions from 70 countries, testimony to the enduring vibrancy and creativity of short films worldwide,” said festival founder Nicholas Mason. The finalists are, “Death By Handshake” (USA), “Ganef” (UK), “Bad Omen” (Afghanistan), “Rough” (Northern Ireland), “Archibald's Syndrome” (France), “The Kicksled Choir” (Norway), “Closed to the Light” (Italy), “Out of Time” (France), “Aurora” (USA), and “Monsieur Cachemire” (Canada). By virtue of their selection by Manhattan Short, each short film is automatically Oscar-qualified.

Monday 27, September

The Met: Boris Godunov

The Met: Boris Godunov

Proof of vaccination required for all attendees 12 and over. Visit ArenaTheater.org for more information.

Bass René Pape, the world’s reigning Boris, reprises his overwhelming portrayal of the tortured tsar caught between grasping ambition and crippling paranoia, kicking off the Live in HD season on October 9, 2021. Conductor Sebastian Weigle leads Mussorgsky’s masterwork, a pillar of the Russian repertoire, in its original 1869 version. Stephen Wadsworth’s affecting production poignantly captures the hope and suffering of the Russian people as well as the tsar himself. This live cinema transmission is part of the Met’s award-winning Live in HD series, bringing opera to movie theaters across the globe.

Saturday 9, October

The Met: Fire Shut Up in My Bones

The Met: Fire Shut Up in My Bones

Proof of vaccination required for all attendees 12 and over. Visit ArenaTheater.org for more information.

Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts Grammy Award–winning jazz musician and composer Terence Blanchard’s adaptation of Charles M. Blow’s moving memoir, which The New York Times praised after its 2019 world premiere at Opera Theatre of Saint Louis as “bold and affecting” and “subtly powerful.” The first opera by a Black composer presented on the Met stage and featuring a libretto by filmmaker Kasi Lemmons, the opera tells a poignant and profound story about a young man’s journey to overcome a life of trauma and hardship.

Saturday 23, October