Madison Theater, Ennis

If movie theaters existed in the Old West, the outside of the Madison Theater in Ennis, Montana, is what you’d expect them to look like.

The theater’s façade adds to the charm of the locally owned and operated cinema with its dark wood and canopy over the main entrance.

The interior lobby with paneled light pine wood adds to that old-timer ambiance, along with the small concession stand where you can conveniently grab a snack before stepping into the auditorium for your film.

The interior is updated and comfortable, however, with good lighting and comfortable seats in the auditorium.

Madison Theater History

madison theater history

Little is known about the history of the Madison Theater in Ennis. The façade implies the building has been around for a while, but details of the timeline, construction date, original ownership, etc. seem to be unavailable.

Madison Theater Details

The Madison Theater in Ennis is a unique, small-town theater that welcomes up to 216 guests during standard showings. Check their website or Facebook, or shoot an email their way to find out what shows are coming up.

Shows & Events

The theater isn’t open every day of the week, and they seem to be a little slow to update the website with showings, so you’ll need to check the Facebook page for up-to-date upcoming showings.

Madison Theater does first-run showings (in other words, current films) on Fridays and Saturdays at 7:15 pm and Sunday matinees at 4 pm. Doors open 45 minutes before showtime.

The most recent films to screen here were The Batman and Blacklight, with The Lost City and Father Stu coming up next. Check-in for times and details before heading over.

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