The Room starring Tommy Wiseau
“Oh Hai, Bloomington!”
The BEST bad film of all time returns to the Buskirk-Chumley Theater on February 12, 2022. Since its release in 2004, The Room has become a once-in-a-generation sensation, referred to as “the Citizen Kane of bad movies,” and even inspiring a hit Hollywood film, The Disaster Artist, starring James Franco as enigmatic auteur Tommy Wiseau. This is your chance to catch it on the big screen the way it was intended to be seen… with a big group of friends during a night out.
Proof of vaccination or recent negative test required for entry! Learn more below or on the BCT’s website.
Saturday, February 12 at 9PM
Pre-sale tickets: $12 – BUY TICKETS NOW
At the door: $15
Prop bags available for a $3 add-on purchase in advance or in the lobby before the show. Prop bags include spoons to be used for priceless moments of audience interaction.
Featuring a bonkers plot, endlessly quotable lines, highly questionable acting, and some of the most “intense” football action in movie history, The Room is a crap-tastic masterpiece of WTF cinema that demands to be seen with a large group. It’s going to be a party, so invite all of your friends (“Good thinking!”). Or are you a little chicken? Cheep-chip-chip-Cheep-Cheep!
The Room has been running for over a decade in Los Angeles and has now taken the rest of the country by storm. You’ll want to be there for the devastation it will leave in its wake!
The Room is rated R for language and some of the dumbest sex scenes in movie history.
All proceeds from the ticket sales go to support Cardinal Stage and the Buskirk-Chumley Theater.
BUSKIRK-CHUMLEY COVID-19 POLICY:
In an effort to create the safest possible environment for live music, film, theater and other performing arts to be enjoyed by our community, the following is required to attend events open to the public at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater:
- A COVID-19 vaccination for all patrons 12 years old and older with a name that matches their photo ID.
- A negative COVID-19 test administered at an official testing site within 48 hours (2 days) for all children under 12 and unvaccinated patrons.
Vaccinated patrons must provide proof of vaccination in the form of a physical card, a photo of their card, or a verified app (i.e. Bindle) that matches their photo ID. Where applicable, the second vaccine dose must be dated at least 14 days prior to the show.
Unvaccinated patrons must present a negative test receipt dated within 48 hours of the event. The receipt must list the patron’s full name and match their photo ID. Children do not need to present an ID.
Masks are required for all patrons when not eating or drinking while seated per Monroe County’s ordinance.
The BCT wants to answer all of your questions about this new policy! If you don’t see your question on the BCT’s Vaccine Policy FAQs page please contact the BCT Box Office at 812.323.3020 during business hours (12-5pm, daily). For updates, see the BCT’s website.