A mockumentary on a group of typical office workers, where the workday consists of ego clashes, inappropriate behavior, and tedium.
Celebrate the 15th anniversary of The Office with five fan-favorite episodes in the Million Dollar Theatre!
EPISODES & SCHEDULE
7:00pm: Doors open
7:45pm: Live Preshow
8:00pm: “Stress Relief” Pt. 1 & 2 (Season 5, Episodes 14-15)
8:45pm: Break Time – Trivia Contest
9:00pm: “Dinner Party” (Season 4, Episode 13)
9:23pm: “Threat Level Midnight” (Season 7, Episode 17)
9:50pm: Break Time – Costume Contest
10:05pm: “Goodbye, Michael” (Season 7, Episode 22)
PLEASE NOTE: This is a 21 and over event. 2020 Gift Certificates and Season Passes are not valid for this event. No Tobys allowed.
BREAK TIMES & ACTIVITIES
COSTUME CONTEST: Wear your best costume from “The Office” for your chance to win a Dundie Award (or even the 2011 Scranton Wilkes-Barre Coupon Book, maybe you’ve heard of it?).
TRIVIA CONTEST: Whether you’re on the Dunder Mifflin A-Team or “Just For Fun”, show off your knowledge of the show in “The Office Trivia” on-stage.
FULL BAR & SPECIALTY COCKTAILS: Channel your inner Meredith Palmer at the full bar and grab a “One of Everything” specialty cocktail before treating yourself to a Serenity by Jan candle.
PHOTO OP: Don’t forget to grab your co-workers and head over to the photo op to snap a shot by the water cooler!
About Street Food Cinema: Special Edition
VIP Seating is a reserved section of the best seats in the house. Both VIP Seating and General Admission are first come, first serve. Parking not included.
Guests will be able to bring food from the Grand Central Market inside the Million Dollar Theatre or eat at one of the vendors inside the theater. GRAND CENTRAL MARKET VENDORS: Ana Maria, Belcampo Meat Co., Bento Ya, Berlin Currywurst, Chiles Secos, China Cafe, Clark Street Bread, DTLA Cheese and Kitchen, Eggslut, G&B Coffee, Golden Road Brewing, Horse Thief BBQ, Jose Chiquito, Kismet Falafel, Knead & Co Pasta Bar, La Huerta, La Tostadería, Lucky Bird, McConnell’s Ice Cream, Olio Pizzeria, The Oyster Gourmet, PBJ.LA, Prawn, Ramen Hood, Roast to Go, Sari Sari Store, Sarita’s Pupuseria, Sticky Rice, and Tacos Tumbras a Tomas, Valeria’s, Villa Moreliana, Wexler’s Deli, and more.
About Million Dollar Theatre & Grand Central Market
MILLION DOLLAR THEATRE: Built in 1918, the landmark Million Dollar Theatre was the first movie palace built by Sid Grauman, the man behind the iconic Grauman’s Egyptian Theatre and Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.
GRAND CENTRAL MARKET: Celebrating the cuisines and cultures of Los Angeles since 1917, the historic Grand Central Market food arcade (between Broadway and Hill Street at the base of Angels Flight) is an unparalleled eating and shopping experience showcasing the best local chefs, culinary purveyors, and entrepreneurs. For more information, visit their website and connect with us on Instagram or on Facebook.
- Advance Tickets
- General - $23
VIP Seating - $28
For movie rating and content information, visit Common Sense Media.
- Door Tickets
- General - $28
VIP Seating - $33
- LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR starting at 7:30pm. Please Note: Door may be held at any time to allow for advance ticket holders to enter. If an event is sold out, we will announce on Facebook and Twitter.
- Doors 7:00
Million Dollar Theatre – 307 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90013
- Suggested lot on 308 South Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013. Lot not owned or operated by SFC.
- Red/Purple Line - Pershing Square Station