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About The Falls Theatre

Art Deco Design
The Falls Theatre Front of Building

We’re back! The Falls theatre had been serving the community since 1933 and has recently been renovated to its 1930’s splendor! This locally owned and operated theatre works with movie studios to bring new movies to the community and provide an exceptional movie going experience.
 
Hours
Sunday: 12:30pm - 8:30pm
Monday: 6pm - 8:30pm
Tuesday: 
6pm - 8:30pm
Wednesday: 6pm - 8:30pm
Thursday: 6pm - 8:30pm
Friday: 6pm - 8:30pm
Saturday: 12:30pm - 8:30pm

Showtimes for movies vary throughout the day.
 The showtime listed is the time the movie begins. All ads, previews, and trailers begin prior to the stated showtime.

Pricing
Adults ~ $9
Child: Ages 11 & under ~ $7 
Senior: Ages 60 & over ~ $7
Military: Veteran/Active/Spouses ~ $7


Matinee hours: 11:30 - 4pm
Matinee pricing ~ $7
Value Tuesday ~$5.50


Events

Click here to see our Private Event Pricing. Please reach out to us for any other information you need regarding events.

  • Do you sell Gift Cards?
    Yes we do! You can purchase physical gift cards at the theatre during our open hours. Virtual gift cards can be found on our homepage and will be emailed to the recipient. Directions on where to find our online gift cards are below.
  • Do I have to purchase my tickets online?
    Nope! Tickets will always be sold at our theatre as well as online.
  • Are you hiring?
    We are currently fully staffed! When we are hiring we will post about it on our Facebook page and here on our website.
  • What does it cost for a private party?
    Attached below is the pricing for hosting a private event here at our theatre. Feel free to reach out with any questions you have regarding private events!
  • Will you be getting "This Movie" in?
    If it is shown on our Now Playing or Coming Soon page, yes! Otherwise we don't currently plan on it, or it might be too far out to know. Also, please keep in mind most independent films are hard for us to get on their break. Smaller companies only release a certain number of copies to be played in theatres, as that is what their budget allows. And those copies go to theatres that are much larger than ours.
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