On Feb. 17 The Tull Family Theater will premiere "La La Land," "The Eagle Huntress," and "Fences." at the new cinema located in Sewickley.
“It is important to note that while the theater is in Sewickley, it is an asset for our entire region. The Tull Family Theater will enrich lives and cultural accessibility, perhaps serving as an introduction to the textured world of independent, arthouse films to communities beyond the city of Pittsburgh" added Beyers.
Besides its two screening rooms, the theater offers a flexible performance/event space that can be used for classes and educational outreach, speaker series, small-scale musical performances, black box theater performances and more.
The theater has come to life as a regional asset because community leaders initiated a grassroots effort that evolved into this nonprofit, independent theater--and persisted in realizing their vision. “I speak for the entire board of directors when I share how rewarding it is to see The Tull Family Theater launching as a regional cultural asset. What started as a grassroots idea five years ago is ready to break onto the arts scene, drawing people of different backgrounds together for culture and entertainment,” said Brian F. Duggan, president of the board of directors.
“We’re heartened that so many people have stepped forward with us to support this vision,” Duggan said. “The theater will fulfill a cultural void in cinematic arts for communities northwest of Pittsburgh. And we couldn’t be more pleased to see the limitless possibilities it will bring to the region.”
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Located 418 Walnut Street, Sewickley 15143