Update 3/16/19: A full house and a good time had by all!
We raised $940.25 for Emerge!
Join us for a to see the origin of Marvel’s most powerful Avenger! The Tucson Atheists Community Outreach Team invites you for a showing of Captain Marvel with proceeds benefitting Emerge Center Against Domestic Abuse! Starting at 2:00pm we will have a cocktail hour to socialize. Food & beverages purchased during the social hour and during the movie will earn us a 12% donation from RoadHouse as well, so come hungry! We will have a raffle with some awesome prizes and T-Shirts for sale, all proceeds of which will go to Emerge.
Roadhouse Cinemas is the ONLY way to see movies in Tucson, with super comfy recliner seats* and full-service restaurant and bar with service right to your seat!
So come on out, see a fun movie with a bunch of heathens and help be a hero to those who need it most.
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
No children under 6 are allowed in the theater, children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Any unaccompanied minors will be given espresso, tons of sugar and a kitten.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
firstname.lastname@example.org, or msg on our website.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
You don’t have to, we will have a printout of the tickets purchased.
What’s the refund policy?
Tickets can be refunded up to 7 days prior to the event.
Do you offer handicapped seating?
Each auditorium for Roadhouse Cinemas has allocated seating that is wheelchair accessible in the back of the theatre. The handicap area is designed for wheelchairs so they can be easily rolled up to a table. The seats are in the back of the auditorium with good views. Each table has a call button to summon your server. In the event a handicap guest is not in a wheelchair, but requires the handicap seating area, there are very comfortable office chairs to sit in. Please Note: These are comfortable, rolling office chairs and not recliners.
Do you provide assisted listening devices for hard of hearing or the descriptive devices for the deaf and blind community?
Yes. Each auditorium has a Hearing Impaired System installed. Roadhouse Cinemas also has the descriptive device for our blind friends.
How much of the ticket price is donated?
We pay for the whole theater, seating for 54 (4 wheelchair accessible spaces). If we sell out then $9.16 from each ticket would be donated. If we don’t sell out we still have to pay the flat fee for the theater, so BRING YOUR FRIENDS!