Not your typical multiplex, The Little Theatre is one of Seattle's last independent art movie houses, owned and operated by the same non-profit organization that brings us the Grand Illusion. Offering obscure documentaries, foreign films, the occasional lecture/film combo and mini-festivals that focus on particular genres and directors, this 49-seat theater features films that tend to be more thought-provoking than entertaining. The selection can vary wildly. Films often change several times a week, and it's often possible to see several different films here in one weekend. And yes, the theater sells popcorn.
Admission: $4.50 matinee, $7 evening, $5 late night; prices may vary for special events. The theater accepts cash only.
- Type: Movies