The Alex Film Society is celebrating 21 years of Stooge madness with their annual The Three Stooges Big Screen event held at the historic Alex Theater in Glendale, CA. The theme this year is, ‘Three For The Show!’ Starring Moe, Larry, Curly, and Shemp.
This event will feature the following shorts:
- Three Little Beers (1935)
- 3 Dumb Clucks (1937)
- Three Missing Links (1938)
- Three Sappy People (1939)
- Three Little Pirates (1946)
- Three Dark Horses (1948)
In addition, Stooges family and cast members will be in attendance. There will also be lots of Raffle baskets filled with Stooge goodies from C3 Entertainment. All raffle proceeds support the Alex Film Society, a non-profit arts organization.
Saturday, November 24, 2018
2:00 pm & 8:00 pm PST
216 North Brand Boulevard
Glendale, CA 91203
SEATING & PRICING
General Admission seating [ADA area is Reserved seating]
$17 [$12.50 Ticket + $4.50 Fees]
For more information about the event, discounted ticket pricing, and more, please visit alextheatre.org.
About The Alex Theatre
The Alex Theatre has been a Glendale landmark since 1925. Originally a neighborhood Vaudeville house and movie palace, today the venue serves as a world-class performing art and entertainment center.
Located in the heart of the City’s business and entertainment district, the 1,413-seat Theatre is owned by the City of Glendale and operated by the non-profit Glendale Arts. The registered historic landmark draws thousands of theatergoers each month.
From its opening in 1925 through the 1950s, the Alex Theatre served as a preview house for major Hollywood releases, attracting the glamorous stars of the time. The Theatre continued to host Hollywood previews and screen first-run films until the 1980s when it closed after several years of decline.
In 1992, the Glendale Redevelopment Agency purchased the Theatre and dedicated $6.2 million in public funds to restore the Alex to its former splendor. Since reopening on New Year’s Eve 1993 as a performing arts and entertainment center, the Theatre has been a vital nexus of entertainment, commerce, and civic activity.
Today, the Alex Theatre is owned by the City of Glendale and operated by Glendale Arts, a private non-profit organization. In addition to remaining an important example of the grand theaters of the early 20th century, it also provides a strong sense of identity for the City of Glendale.