Throughout the year we host various events (both private and public). Special programming not part of our revival series will be listed here.
42 (FREE BENEFIT SCREENING)
Chadwick Boseman, Nicole Beharie, T.R. Knight, Harrison Ford
Roland Park Baseball Leagues and The Senator Theatre invite families to a free public screening of 42 on 6/11 at 10am! Doors open at 9:15am. Presented on the Big Screen.
Admission is free. It is requested that families donate sports equipment no longer in use. Equipment may be brought to the theatre where charity Leveling the Playing Field will place donation bins. Please no bicycles, bike helmets, or ski or snowboard equipment.
About the film: In 1947, Jackie Robinson becomes the first African-American to play in Major League Baseball in the modern era when he was signed by the Brooklyn Dodgers and faces considerable racism in the process.
Jerry Garcia, Mickey Hart, Bruce Hornsby, Bill Kreutzmann, Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, Vince Welnick
The Grateful Dead return to The Senator for the 2023 Meet-Up At The Movies.
A year after Brent Mydland’s passing, the Grateful Dead returned to the summer stadium circuit, playing Chicago’s Soldier Field for the first time, with two keyboard players filling the seat Brent
Bruce Hornsby and Vince Welnick’s presence and musical contributions reinvigorated and revitalized the Grateful Dead, and the inspiration of the Dead’s playing was palpable. On aSaturday night in front of 60,000 fans, the Dead played what is often considered one of the greatest shows of the Bruce-Vince era, up there with the second Giants Stadium show from a few days earlier. The Soldier field show was filled with favorites, including “Shakedown Street,”“Brown-Eyed Women,” “Playing In The Band,” “Terrapin Station,” and “Dark Star.” From the original six-camera video feed that appeared on the stadium’s big screens and the pristine soundboard audio, Chicago 6/22/91 is an incredible performance start-to-finish.