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THURSDAY

May 28 - FINAL SHOWING!!!

7:30

WOMAN IN GOLD (PG-13)

FRIDAY

May 29 -
7:30pm Start Time!

7:30

MERCHANTS OF DOUBT (PG-13)

Post Film Q & A by a panel of climate change experts who will answer questions and offer insight.  Sponsored by The Rivertown Coalition, Keystone Progress, Otzinachson Group of the Sierra Club, and the Susquehanna Valley Progressives

SATURDAY

May 30

2:00

TELLING AMY'S STORY (2010 - NR)

 A public awareness event hosted by Soroptimist International of SUN Counties and Transitions.¬†
FREE (Donations encouraged)

 

8:00

MERCHANTS OF DOUBT (PG-13)

Certified Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes!

SUNDAY

May 31

1:00

MAN AND SUPERMAN (PG-13)

An NT Live Production

No advanced ticket purchases.  Doors open at 12:30.¬† Admission:  Adults, $15; Seniors, $12; Students $10, with student ID $5. Sponsored by BU Depts of Art, Classics, English, Theatre & Dance, the BU Arts Council, The BU Innovation Group and Office of the Provost

 

6:00 Start Time!

6:00

MERCHANTS OF DOUBT (PG-13)

Certified Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes!

MONDAY

June 1

 

Closed

 

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TUESDAY

June 2

 

Closed

 

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WEDNESDAY

June 3

 

Closed

 

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THURSDAY

June 4 - FINAL SHOWING!!!

7:30

MERCHANTS OF DOUBT (PG-13)

Certified Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes!

 

 


Coming Attractions

Also see our calendar HERE




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Coming Soon
at may be shown in the coming months

 

 

Coming Tuesdays at 2pm starting June 9th

All screenings are FREE thanks to a generous grant from the Woodcock Foundation For The Appreciation Of The Arts.

Each film will be introduced by a speaker who is an expert in their field and will discuss a topic that pertains to the film.

Doors open at 1:00 pm. Please arrive early for seating.

 

THE SUMMER FAMILY FILM SERIES:

 

June 9: The Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009 - PG)
Speaker - Gary Hardcastle, Assoc. Prof. of Philosophy, Bloomsburg University

Topic: What's Wild, What's Not? Taming your inner fox.

June 16: Matilda (1996 - PG)

Speaker - Jean Peterson, Assoc. Prof. of English, Bucknell University

Topic: Matilda is referred to as a modern day fairy tale - What is a fairy tale?

 

June 23: How To Train Your Dragon (2010 - PG)

Speaker - Sheila Lintott, Assoc. Prof. of Philosophy & Chair of Women's Gender Studies, Bucknell Universit

Topic: Stereotypes - How do characters in the movie rise above or reinforce stereotypes?

 

June 30: The Adventures of Tintin (2011 - PG)

Speaker - James Hamill, Reporter Newswatch 16 WNEP

Topic: What makes Tintin a good reporter?

 

July 7: National Velvet (1944 - G)

Speaker - Farra Phillips Hillyard, Owner & Lead Trainer of Fox View Farm

Topic: The power of the animal/human bond

 

July 14: Superman (1978 - PG)

Speaker - Tom Beasley, Visiting Asst. Prof. Classics & Ancient Mediterranean Studies, Bucknell University

Topic: Heros Then & Now - What don't superman and Achilles have in common?

 

July 21: Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs (2009 - PG)

Speaker - Benjamin Hayes, Director, Watershed Sciences & Engineering program;
Director, Susquehanna River Initiative, Bucknell Environmental Center

Topic: Can it really rain food? Precipitation and the water cycle.

 

July 28: Harry Potter & The Sorcerer's Stone (2001 - PG)

Speaker - Virginia Zimmerman, Prof. of English, NEH Chair in the Humanities, Bucknell University

Topic: The role of realism in fantasy.

 

August 4: Field of Dreams (1989 - PG)

Speaker - Lance Van Auken, Exec. Director, Little League Museum; VP of Little League Baseball, Inc.

Topic: How and why baseball is America's favorite pastime.

 

August 11: The Wizard of Oz (1939 - G)

Speaker - Rebecca Willoughby, Visiting Prof. of Communications, Susquehanna University

Topic: The use of color in film

 

In the Queue*

The Avengers: Age of Ultron

Far From The Madding Crowd
I'll See You In My Dreams
Mad Max: Fury Road

 

 


TICKET PRICES: $7 Adult, $6 Children 11 & Under, Veterans, Seniors & Students, $5 Campus Theatre Members

 


PAYMENT

In addition to cash, the Campus Theatre box office and concession stand accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover and BU Dollars.


For Showtimes, Please call (570) 577-FILM

 

IS THE VOLUME TOO LOUD OR TOO QUIET? WE HAVE LISTENING DEVICES!

Ask for one at our concession counter.

 

WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBILITY
Our auditorium, lobby, concession stand, and all entrances/exits and restroom ARE accessible to wheelchair patrons.

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The Campus Theatre is now hiring high school students and qualified supervisors interested in working at the coolest place in town.
Email Gabriele at: [email protected] or come by the office for an application!

 

The Campus Theater is seeking a part-time Book Keeper  (approx 8 hrs per week).
Interested applicants should e-mail [email protected] for a full position descriptions (no phone calls/no drop ins please).

 

 

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The Campus Theatre is an experience all its own.

We start right on time with no trailers. Arrive early to explore the theatre, get seats, and enjoy our concessions!

 

Couch Reservations - 570 577-7905 any time to leave a message reserving your couch. Be sure to give your name clearly on the message.
Couches are reserved for current Campus Theatre Members and are on a FIRST CALL, FIRST SERVED basis and must be reserved in advance.

Please arrive no later than 5 minutes BEFORE the start of the feature to claim your couch.
All couches unclaimed will be released to the public.

Couch reservations are only available for regular Campus Theatre programming.

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The Campus Theatre offers you the best gifts all year long! We offer Gift Bags, Gift Certificates, Gift Memberships, one-of-a-kind film stock jewelry and more! Stop in during our office hours or when we have a movie showing. We are always happy to assist!
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Campus Theatre Office Hours:

Mon - Fri: 12pm - 3pm

413 Market Street Lewisburg, PA

Parking is easy - don't forget the Hufnagle Park and Post Office parking lots!  

 

-The Campus Theatre is a 501c3 non-profit historic movie theatre located in Lewisburg, PA. Built in 1941, and one of the few remaining single screen art deco movie houses in the country, the Campus Theatre remains dedicated to the promotion of the art of cinema and historic preservation of this architectural treasure.

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