Each month in 2023, the Drexel Theatre will screen a series of films based on a theme or a retrospective of the work of some of the world’s best filmmakers and performers.
In September, classic films come to our “A Case of the Mondays” series as we get stylish and celebrate the films of Audrey Hepburn. On September 4, we hide out in Italy with Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday. On September 11, we get caught in a love triangle between Hepburn, Bogart, and Holden in Sabrina. Then, on September 18, we’ll get discovered in a bookstore by Fred Astaire in Funny Face, and finally, on September 25, we’ll avoid intruders as we Wait Until Dark. Come for the fashion and stay to watch one of the most iconic and celebrated stars in cinematic history!
This October, the Drexel celebrates the master of horror when “This is Not a Dream: The Terrifying Visions of John Carpenter” haunts the Drexel with five horror masterpieces. On October 2, we’ll travel to the Arctic with Kurt Russell and The Thing. On October 9, we’re visited by The Prince of Darkness. On October 16, a terrifying mist hides sinister secrets as The Fog drifts into our theatre. On October 23, we’re testing out our new wheels with the Stephen King adaptation Christine before Michael Myers visits on October 30 with Halloween.