The Hi Pointe Interior
THE HI-POINTE THEATRE
SINCE 1922
THE HI-POINTE BACKLOT
THE HI-POINTE BACKLOT
SINCE 2015
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  • Following the state and CDC guidelines 
  • Cleaning and sanitizing regularly

WE ASK THAT OUR GUESTS:

  • Wear face masks if you have not been fully vaccinated
  • Maintain adequate spacing among groups when choosing your seats
  • Dispose of all trash upon exiting the auditorium
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IN THE HEIGHTS
IN THE HEIGHTS
NOW PLAYING AT THE HI-POINTE THEATRE
RITA MORENO:  JUST A GIRL WHO DECIDED TO GO FOR IT
RITA MORENO: JUST A GIRL WHO DECIDED TO GO FOR IT
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IN THE HEIGHTS

Rated PG-13 / 143 Minutes
Saturday, June 19 - Sunday, June 20
  • 4:00
  • 7:00
Monday, June 21 - Thursday, June 24
  • 7:00

The creator of "Hamilton" and the director of "Crazy Rich Asians" invite you to the event of the summer, where the streets are made of music and little dreams become big... "In the Heights." Lights up on Washington Heights... The scent of a cafecito caliente hangs in the air just outside of the 181st Street subway stop, where a kaleidoscope of dreams rallies this vibrant and tight-knit community. At the intersection of it all is the likable, magnetic bodega owner Usnavi (Anthony Ramos), who saves every penny from his daily grind as he hopes, imagines and sings about a better life.

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RITA MORENO: JUST A GIRL WHO DECIDED TO GO FOR IT

Rated PG-13 / 90 Minutes
Saturday, June 19 - Sunday, June 20
  • 3:00
  • 6:00
Monday, June 21 - Thursday, June 24
  • 6:00

Over a 70+ year career, Rita Moreno defied both her humble upbringing and relentless racism to become a celebrated and beloved actor, one of the rare EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony) Award Winners of our time. Born into poverty on a Puerto Rican farm, Moreno and her seamstress mother immigrated to New York City when Moreno was five years old. After studying dance and performing on Broadway, Moreno was cast as any ethnic minority the Hollywood studios needed filled, be it Polynesian, Native American or Egyptian. Despite becoming the first Latina actress to win an Academy Award for her role as Anita in "West Side Story" (1961), the studios continued to offer Moreno lesser roles as stereotypical ethnic minorities, ignoring her proven talent. RITA MORENO: JUST A GIRL WHO DECIDED TO GO FOR IT illuminates the humor and the grace of Moreno, as well as lesser-known struggles faced on her path to stardom, including pernicious Hollywood sexism and abuse, a toxic relationship with Marlon Brando, and serious depression a year before she emerged an Oscar winner. Moreno's talent and resilience triumphed over adversity, as she broke barriers, fought for representation and forged the path for new generations of artists.

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