From a Woodstock tribute concert to a show by Krishna Das, with hip hop, hardcore and documentary-film screenings in between, the historic Rialto Theatre offers a smorgasbord of entertainment. The smorgasbord is served up on theater seats that are actually comfortable, a rarity in modern America. Comfortable theater seats must come from that "historic" part, as they just don't make things like they used to (and that includes really cool theaters). First opening its doors in 1920, the Rialto is rife with delicious architecture, a kick-butt balcony and a cozy feel that wraps you in a groovy 90 years of community celebration.
17 W. Congress St.
340 E. Sixth St.