Classic Movie House Opens in Westwood

The Rosebud shows films from Hollywood's Golden Age every Wednesday through Saturday.

The following was submitted to Patch by reader Lisa Walsh.

After more than a year of anticipation, the curtain is now up on Westwood's new Rosebud Theater.

As its name suggests, The Rosebud shows primarily Hollywood classics and will feature movies from genres from film noir to musicals, with a touch of the surprising as well. 

Rosebud owner Ray Walsh said the classic theater is a perfect fit in Westwood.

“Not only does this town have some real charm, but we were really overwhelmed by the support we received from the people here,” he said. 

Walsh, a retired scout for the New York Giants, says that he received countless e-mails and positive comments encouraging his business venture.

“It was really nice to see that people welcomed us here,” he said of The Rosebud. 

Visitors to The Rosebud will almost feel as though they’ve stepped into a time machine, as old-time movie posters adorn the walls and a quaint, revival ambience permeates the theater.

The Rosebud will be open Wednesday through Saturday with shows Wednesday and Thursday at 7:30 pm; and Friday and Saturday evenings at 6:30 pm and 9:30 pm.

April is Movie Musicals month at the theater. On tap to play this week is West Side Story. It'll be followed up by Easter Parade next week. For a full schedule and more information about the new theater, visit rosebudflix.com.


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