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The Beverly Theater is Now Open

The Beverly Theater is Now Open

Premiere Week Concludes with High-Energy Show by Las Vegas’ Own Indie Artist Ekoh

Other Grand Opening Events Included a Red Carpet and VIP Screening of “Past Lives,” Literary Conversations, a Screening of “Apollo 11” and more

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LAS VEGAS (March 9, 2023) - Las Vegas’ only indie film house, storytelling headquarters, and intentional live music venue, The Beverly Theater, is officially open. Flexing its programming pillars of Film, Lit, and Live, Premiere Week concluded on Sunday night with Las Vegas’ own indie artist and idyllic inaugural headliner, Ekoh, performing for more than 90 minutes to an enthusiastic and energetic crowd.

Premiere Week kicked off on Friday, March 3 with red-carpet arrivals for an exclusive VIP screening of the Sundance-lauded film “Past Lives.” On hand for the special presentation were Oscar-winning producers Pamela Koffler and Christine Vachon (Killer Films), and David Hinojosa (2AM) and writer/director Celine Song who participated in a post-screening Q&A. Premiere Week continued with a screening of “Apollo 11” and a series of literary presented in tandem with the independent bookstore and neighbor The Writer’s Block and Black Mountain Institute (BMI) including a discussion with novelist Walter Kirn in conversation with Native American fiction writer Sterling HolyWhiteMountain, BMI presentation of award-winning writer Percival Everett, a conversation with BMI Shearing Fellows Jaquira Diaz and Anna Qu and more. Prior to Ekoh’s headlining debut at The Beverly Theater on Sunday, jazz trio and house regulars the Segue 3 and R&B/Soul singer Cam Calloway along with his band helped break in the stellar sound system.

Now open, The Beverly Theater will offer regular programming to shine a spotlight on imaginative indie films, intimate musical performances, and thought-provoking literary moments.

Playing in March – FILM Presenting a variety of independent classics, Oscar award nominees, fests, revivals, and moods, here’s a sampling of titles to enjoy this month. Click here for show dates/times and to purchase tickets. March 9: In the Mood for Love March 10 – 16: All the Beauty and the Bloodshed (Oscar-nominated for best documentary) March 10: Lost Highway March 15: Killer of Sheep (a classic!) March 16: Escape from New York (new 4k restoration) March 17 – 23: EO (new film - nominee for Oscar for Best International Feature Film) March 17: Leprechaun 3 (one show only on St. Patrick’s Day to see this Made in Vegas masterpiece) March 22: Framing Agnes MARCH 29: The Graduate MARCH 30: Sundance Indigenous Shorts

More Than Words – LIT Enjoy books, poems, conversations readings and tales, with LIT programs and special presentations. Click here for more information and to explore. March 12: Loving Highsmith (LIT Film Series) March 18: Andrew Collard & Charlene Stegman Moskal - A Reading And Signing With The Authors Of Sprawl And Leavings From My Table March 19: Carol by Todd Haynes – (LIT Film series from Highsmith's book) March 24: Roxanna Asgarian With Kim Foster - The Author Of We Were Once A Family: A Story Of Love, Death, And Child Removal In America In Conversation With Kim Foster March 25: Romance Authors Take Las Vegas - Join Bestselling Romance Novelists for a Conversation About Their Books March 26: The American Friend (Lit Film series from Highsmith's book)

From The Sound of It – LIVE Powered by Meyer Sound, The Beverly Theater features a custom audio experience with Constellation, a platform that integrates high-quality loudspeakers, microphones, digital processing, patented algorithms, and proprietary certification techniques in a flexible package. This enables The Beverly Theater to transform its architectural acoustics with a finger tap, affording incomparable sonic flexibility for music performances, allowing multiple musical genres to enjoy the perfect acoustics for their performance. Keep an eye on @beverlytheater and sign up at for upcoming LIVE performances. About The Beverly Theater The brainchild of namesake philanthropist Beverly Rogers, the two-story, 14,306 square-foot film house and performance theater features three distinct areas: the main theater, Segue jazz terrace, and courtyard, each designed with purpose and intention. Additionally, The Beverly Theater has an on-site box office, retail/concession space, and a fully loaded green room (affectionately named The Teddy). The main theater features raked seating of nearly 150 seats resting on a retractable platform that can allow for expanded standing room capacity and convert the venue into a multi-purpose black box theater with the push of a button. Multiple lighting plots allow the theater to be used in a variety of different ways and can be staged in multiple directions. With an extraordinary emphasis on the film-watching experience, the 360-square-foot screen is coupled with a motorized cinema masking system and has been designed to maximize viewing angles from every seat in the house. Located on 6th Street and Bonneville in Downtown Las Vegas, The Beverly Theater is a not-for-profit venue and further underscores The Rogers Foundation’s ongoing commitment to supporting the arts.


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