The Senator Theatre is a historic Art Deco movie theater built by E. Eyring for Durkee Enterprises at an original cost of 250,000 dollar. It opened to the public Oct. 5, 1939. The first movie it featured was Stanley and Livingstone, starring Spencer Tracy and Nancy Kelly. The architect, John Jacob Zink, designed the Senator with a circular upper structure of glass blocks and limestone. Multicolored backlighting of the glass block was added to produce a dramatic effect at night.
Owners Buzz and Kathleen Cusack renovated the theater and reopened it on 15 October 2010. The theater closed again for more renovations on 26 April 2012. It reopened on October 10, 2013 with a screening of Baltimore local John Waters' classic movie Hairspray.
Bruce Willis, Madeleine Stowe
In the year 2035, convict James Cole reluctantly volunteers to be sent back in time to discover the origin of a deadly virus that wiped out nearly all of the earth's population and forced the survivors into underground communities. But when Cole is mistakenly sent to 1990 instead of 1996, he's arrested and locked up in a mental hospital. There he meets psychiatrist Dr. Kathryn Railly, and patient Jeffrey Goines, the son of a famous virus expert, who may hold the key to the mysterious rogue group, the Army of the 12 Monkeys, thought to be responsible for unleashing the killer disease.