The Dundee Theatre is Omahas last single screen theater and features one of the best sound systems in Omaha. We are open every day of the year, running art and independent films and on Friday and Saturday nights we feature our Midnights at Dundee series, showing classics to cult films and just about everything else in-between.
Considered Omaha's last surviving neighborhood theater, the Dundee marches to a beat of its own. The single screen brings back fond memories of early movie houses, but do not worry, concessions and seating offer more modern conveniences. The films shown here usually deviate from traditional. This theater is known for edgier films and independents that do not usually hit the city's other screens.
Behind the screen at the Dundee Theater is a stage, dressing rooms, and the original gold curtains that once hung to the sides of live vaudeville acts who the theater was originally built for in 1925. But during the depression of the 1930's it, like many stage theaters, was converted into a movie house for cost reasons.
In 1958 the theater was acquired by Cooper Theaters (owners of the Indian...