Movies are like dreams—they come to us in the dark, they play on our subconscious fears and desires, and the best ones prominently feature Hall of Fame baseball players lecturing children on how to have fun in small towns. Dream a little dream on the big silver screen with today's Groupon: for $8, you get two tickets to a classic-film screening (an $8 value each) or a film-noir screening (a $5 value each) at the Historic Everett Theatre on Colby Avenue (up to a $16 total value).
As one of the oldest operating theaters in the state of Washington, the Historic Everett Theatre keeps cinematic hearts pumping with acclaimed and atmospheric movies from the classic and film-noir canons. On select days and evenings, the 110-year-old curtain rises, inviting big-screen buffs to feast their eyes upon timeless imagery while resting the rest of their sensory receptors in sumptuous scarlet chairs. Though the schedule changes monthly, recent Film Noir Thursdays have included He Walked By Night and The Big Combo. On July 21, 23, and 24, Casablanca will enrapture fans of star-crossed love stories, despite annoying others with the endless renditions of "As Time Goes By" its temperamental stars required.
Historic Everett Theatre
With more than a century of bygone days tucked beneath its foundation, the Historic Everett Theatre is one of the oldest operating theatre West of the Rockies. Entertaining Everett since 1901 the The Historic Everett Theatre offers a wide variety of entertainment from concerts with such legends as Blue Oyster Cult, Little River Band and John Sebastian to silent movies accompanied by their famous Kimbal Pipe Organ. The Historic Everett Theatre has been proud to have such stars as Helen Hayes, Al Jolson, Lon Chaney, Lillian Russell, and Nat King Cole play on its stage. The theatre continues its rich tradition of providing a wide variety of entertainment and also dedicated to charitable organizations to provide a low cost home for their fund raisers and shows.
2911 Colby Ave.
Everett, Washington 98201Get Directions