Kristen Curtze was ready to watch Sicario. She had her Little popcorn, her drink, and her boyfriend Michael Seversky by her side. But she soon noticed something...
By Scott Pukos[email protected]
At 93-years-old, Richard Brookins is a budding movie star.
Richard, a Pittsford resident, stars in the delightful documentary,...
Decked out in fake blood and full zombie attire, Shawn and Lisa Gleason were married at The Little on Oct. 26, 2012. The couple has returned to The Little every year on, or around, that...
By Scott Pukos
I come from a pumpkin family. While that could mean we're all crazy about pumpkin pie, or we chug spice lattes with pumpkin-...
Break out the birthday hats and party horns, because The Little is turning 86 years old this week. On Saturday, October 17, we're celebrating our birthday with FREE CAKE (those...
Let's talk music. I saw Sicario on its opening day, and it was one the more suspenseful and insanely intense films I've seen this...
When I was 16, I climbed a mountain. The behemoth I conquered goes by the name of ...
It inspires debate, passionate pitches of support, and even curiosity. I’m talking about...
Armed with my notebook and press pass, my first Rochester Fringe Festival experience was at the Xerox Auditorium last September. I missed the...
If you've visited us anytime recently for a movie (or really anytime this year), you're probably quite familiar with a certain commercial...
Openings (Click the title for more info):
June 30: The Hero
June 30: The Beguiled
July 2: Monterey Pop
July 7: The Little Hours
July 14: Lost in Paris
July 14: The Journey
July 21: Maudie
Aug. 4: 13 Minutes
Aug. 4: Lady Macbeth
The Book of Henry (June 29)
Dean (June 29)
Paris Can Wait (June 29)
*Openings and closings are subject to change
This is not a complete list of openings
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