Ironwood Theatre - Ironwood Michigan

Theatre Location

113 E. Aurora Street
Ironwood, MI 49938
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Theatre Office

Wed, Thur, & Fri:
Noon - 4:30pm
Tel: 906-932-0618
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109 E. Aurora Street
Ironwood, MI 49938
(Two doors west of the main theatre entrance)

Operation of the Historic Ironwood Theatre is supported in part by an award from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Upcoming Events

"Five Flicks" - The Civilian Conservation Corps

Show Times:
Saturday, Apr. 25, 2015 at 11:00 am
Saturday, Apr. 25, 2015 at 2:00 pm
Cost:
FREE!

DUE TO THE LOW COST OF TICKETS FOR THESE MOVIES (INC. SOME FREE) NO ON-LINE TICKET SALES WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR THESE EVENTS

Come join us as we explore various aspects of the history of America at work through popular film.  A subsidiary event to the MI Humanities Council presentation of The Way We Worked Exhibit at the Downtown Art Place (DAP).  Admission to TWWW movies is just $5.00 each

The movies to be shown are:

  • Chaplin's Modern Times: The Little Tramp struggles to survive in the modern, industrialized world.
  • The Civilian Conservation Corps: The PBS documentary tells the story of the CCC and how this New Deal program put three million men to work.
  • Desk Set: Katherine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy RomCom. Computer salesman and librarian clash over the computerization of a TV network's research department. Presented in cooperation wirth the Ironwood Carnegie Library. Check out the display at the library in the weeks prior to the movie screening.
  • The Molly Maguires: Sean Connery and Richard Harris play Irish immigrant miners who retaliate against harsh PA mining conditions with sabotage and murder.  Also stars Samantha Eggar.
  • The Cradle Will Rock: Directed by Tim Robbins, the film focuses on a leftist musical drama and attempts to stop its production. The star-studded cast includes Susan Sarandon, Hank Azaria, Bill Murray, John Cusack, Joan Cusack and Vanessa Redgrave in this true story of politics and art in the 1930s. 


Bill Jamerson presents Dollar-A-Day Boys

Show Times:
Saturday, Apr. 25, 2015 at 7:00 pm
Cost:
$5.00 ~ General Admission Only


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Troubador Bill Jamerson's musical tribute to the Civilian Conservation Corps: heartfelt stories and hilarious tales from the 1930s!

This CCC was a federal works program that provided employment to more than 3.5 million men - young and old. CCC "campers" came to Wisconsin's northwoods and Michigan's UP from Chicago and Milwaukee and other towns in Wisconsin to spend long days planting trees and building roads. Many of the projects completed by corps members are still in evidence today. The story of the CCC has universal appeal because it is about giving underdogs a second chance. Great stories, foot-tapping songs and a short video make this a must see experience. Bill extends a special invitation to the children and grandchildren of CCC "alum" to bring their CCC photo albums and memorabilia; to share stories about their relatives with the audience.

Since 1992, Bill Jamerson has researched the CCC. He produced a documentary for Michigan PBS, recorded a CD of songs, and wrote a historical novel. He presents "Dollar-A-Day Boys" all across the Midwest.

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Come to the theatre before Bill's show and catch the PBS CCC documentary.  Two screenings - 11:00 am & 2:00 pm.  Then join us as every Saturday as we explore various aspects of the history of America at work through popular film.  The movie series is a subsidiary event to the MI Humanities Council presentation of The Way We Worked Exhibit at the Downtown Art Place (DAP). 

The movies to be shown are:

  • Chaplin's Modern Times (4/18/15) The Little Tramp struggles to survive in the modern, industrialized world. (YOU MISSED IT!)
  • The Civilian Conservation Corps (4/25/15):  PBS documentary tells the story of the CCC and how this New Deal program put three million men to work.
  • Desk Set (5/2/15) : Katherine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy RomCom. Computer salesman and librarian clash over the computerization of a TV network's research department. Presented in cooperation wirth the Ironwood Carnegie Library. Check out the display at the library in the weeks prior to the movie screening.
  • The Molly Maguires (5/9/15) : Sean Connery and Richard Harris play Irish immigrant miners who retaliate against harsh PA mining conditions with sabotage and murder.  Also stars Samantha Eggar.
  • The Cradle Will Rock (5/16/15): Directed by Tim Robbins, the film tells the story of a leftist musical drama and attempts to stop production. The star-studded cast includes Susan Sarandon, Hank Azaria, Bill Murray, John Cusack, Joan Cusack and Vanessa Redgrave in this true story of work programs, politics and art in the 1930s. 


"Five Flicks" - Desk Set

Show Times:
Saturday, May. 02, 2015 at 2:00 pm
Saturday, May. 02, 2015 at 7:00 pm
Cost:
$5.00 ~ General Admission Only

DUE TO THE LOW COST OF TICKETS FOR THESE MOVIES (INC. SOME FREE) NO ON-LINE TICKET SALES WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR THESE EVENTS

Come join us as we explore various aspects of the history of America at work through popular film.  A subsidiary event to the MI Humanities Council presentation of The Way We Worked Exhibit at the Downtown Art Place (DAP).  Admission to TWWW movies is just $5.00 each

The movies to be shown are:

  • Chaplin's Modern Times: The Little Tramp struggles to survive in the modern, industrialized world.
  • The Civilian Conservation Corps: The PBS documentary tells the story of the CCC and how this New Deal program put three million men to work.
  • Desk Set: Katherine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy RomCom. Computer salesman and librarian clash over the computerization of a TV network's research department. Presented in cooperation wirth the Ironwood Carnegie Library. Check out the display at the library in the weeks prior to the movie screening.
  • The Molly Maguires: Sean Connery and Richard Harris play Irish immigrant miners who retaliate against harsh PA mining conditions with sabotage and murder.  Also stars Samantha Eggar.
  • The Cradle Will Rock: Directed by Tim Robbins, the film focuses on a leftist musical drama and attempts to stop its production. The star-studded cast includes Susan Sarandon, Hank Azaria, Bill Murray, John Cusack, Joan Cusack and Vanessa Redgrave in this true story of politics and art in the 1930s. 


"Five Flicks" - The Molly Maguires

Show Times:
Saturday, May. 09, 2015 at 2:00 pm
Saturday, May. 09, 2015 at 7:00 pm
Cost:
$5.00 ~ General Admission Only

DUE TO THE LOW COST OF TICKETS FOR THESE MOVIES (INC. SOME FREE) NO ON-LINE TICKET SALES WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR THESE EVENTS

Come join us as we explore various aspects of the history of America at work through popular film.  A subsidiary event to the MI Humanities Council presentation of The Way We Worked Exhibit at the Downtown Art Place (DAP).  Admission to TWWW movies is just $5.00 each

The movies to be shown are:

  • Chaplin's Modern Times: The Little Tramp struggles to survive in the modern, industrialized world.
  • The Civilian Conservation Corps: The PBS documentary tells the story of the CCC and how this New Deal program put three million men to work.
  • Desk Set: Katherine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy RomCom. Computer salesman and librarian clash over the computerization of a TV network's research department. Presented in cooperation wirth the Ironwood Carnegie Library. Check out the display at the library in the weeks prior to the movie screening.
  • The Molly Maguires: Sean Connery and Richard Harris play Irish immigrant miners who retaliate against harsh PA mining conditions with sabotage and murder.  Also stars Samantha Eggar.
  • The Cradle Will Rock: Directed by Tim Robbins, the film focuses on a leftist musical drama and attempts to stop its production. The star-studded cast includes Susan Sarandon, Hank Azaria, Bill Murray, John Cusack, Joan Cusack and Vanessa Redgrave in this true story of politics and art in the 1930s. 


"Five Flicks" - The Cradle Will Rock

Show Times:
Saturday, May. 16, 2015 at 2:00 pm
Saturday, May. 16, 2015 at 7:00 pm
Cost:
$5.00 ~ General Admission Only

DUE TO THE LOW COST OF TICKETS FOR THESE MOVIES (INC. SOME FREE) NO ON-LINE TICKET SALES WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR THESE EVENTS

Come join us as we explore various aspects of the history of America at work through popular film.  A subsidiary event to the MI Humanities Council presentation of The Way We Worked Exhibit at the Downtown Art Place (DAP).  Admission to TWWW movies is just $5.00 each

The movies to be shown are:

  • Chaplin's Modern Times: The Little Tramp struggles to survive in the modern, industrialized world.
  • The Civilian Conservation Corps: The PBS documentary tells the story of the CCC and how this New Deal program put three million men to work.
  • Desk Set: Katherine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy RomCom. Computer salesman and librarian clash over the computerization of a TV network's research department. Presented in cooperation wirth the Ironwood Carnegie Library. Check out the display at the library in the weeks prior to the movie screening.
  • The Molly Maguires: Sean Connery and Richard Harris play Irish immigrant miners who retaliate against harsh PA mining conditions with sabotage and murder.  Also stars Samantha Eggar.
  • The Cradle Will Rock: Directed by Tim Robbins, the film focuses on a leftist musical drama and attempts to stop its production. The star-studded cast includes Susan Sarandon, Hank Azaria, Bill Murray, John Cusack, Joan Cusack and Vanessa Redgrave in this true story of politics and art in the 1930s.