Ruth Sokolof Theater
The two-screen (206-seat and 96-seat) cinema we opened in 2007 within the Saddle Creek Records complex in North Downtown Omaha. Located one block west of TD Ameritrade Park and directly east of the Creighton University campus. Our neighbors include Slowdown, Zipline Brewing, The Trap Room, True Blue Goods & Gifts, Hook & Lime, Urban Outfitters, and the headquarters of Saddle Creek Records.
Movie showtimes typically begin late afternoon on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday, early afternoon on Thursday, and before noon on Saturday, and Sunday. Our Box Office opens 30 min. before the day's first showtime.
Free parking is available in the lot behind the Ruth Sokolof Theater, accessible from 14th Street between Cuming and Mike Fahey Streets. On-street, metered parking is also available in the area surrounding the cinema (free after 9 pm Monday through Saturday and all day Sunday).
Ample bicycle parking is available at any of several bike racks on our block. We are also conveniently located near a Heartland B-cycle station.
Discounted tickets ($7.50) are available for those traveling to the theater by bike or public transportation.
Buy tickets online (no fees!) or at the Box Office. Unless otherwise noted, prices for regular movie tickets are:
- $10 General
- $7.50 Seniors (60+), Students, Teachers, Active Military & Veterans, Commuter (those arriving by bus or bike)
- $5 Film Streams Members
Some events — including The Met: Live in HD screenings and Silents in Concerts events may have special ticket prices.
Tickets may be refunded up to one week prior to the screening/event date. Tickets may be exchanged for another program up to 24 hours prior to the screening start time. Within 24 hours of screening/event, no refunds or exchanges will be accepted. In the event that Film Streams needs to cancel a showing, we offer ticket exchanges or complimentary passes for any of our regularly priced programming.
About Ruth Sokolof
Our cinema is named in loving memory of Ruth Sokolof (1925-1982), a passionate educator and longtime advocate for children with visual disabilities. Ruth and her husband, Phil Sokolof, left behind a legacy of generosity that continues today through their children and grandchildren.