A week before the C2E2 Expo, come out and dry-run your cosplay and get an extra chance to show off your creative work for a chance to win C2E2 passes! Not to mention, share tips and tricks of the trade while enjoying one of our many Revolution Brewing draft and can options!


1st Prize - Two 3-Day C2E2 Passes + $50 Logan Theatre giftcard
2nd Prize - $50 Logan Theatre giftcard + RevBrew & C2E2 swag
3rd Prize - $25 Logan Theatre giftcard + RevBrew & C2E2 swag


This event is FREE and open to all ages.


Stick around afterward for a screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II at 11 PM!


This is part of a full calendar of awesome happenings in Comic Cinema Series - Presented by The Logan Theatre, C2E2 & Revolution Brewing.





Special Family Matinee - All Ages Welcome

April 23rd at 2:00 PM






The lovable Ozzy’s pampered life is thrown into turmoil after his family drops him at Blue Creek before their vacation. Ozzy quickly learns that Blue Creek is a dog prison and he’ll need to rely on some new friends to help him break out and get back home. Ozzy is a delightful, family-friendly comedy about the group of dogs who break of that prison together.


It stars the voices of Jeff Foxworthy, Rob Schneider, up-and-coming comedian Frankie Quinones (who debuts his own TBS show this summer), and rising star singer-actress Lexi Walker.


Rated G by the MPAA

1 hr 30 min
















Nosferatu (1922)


Silent film + live accompanist: Jay Warren


Mark your calendars for a full, authentic silent film experience during the October 27 & 28 screenings of NOSFERATU!


Jay Warren - Chicago's foremost photoplay organist - brings all the color, excitement, and glamour of the silent film era back to life with his original scores for the silver screen.  As a regularly featured photoplay organist for the Silent Film Society of Chicago, he has accompanied most of the great silent films throughout his forty year career in his famous rousing style.  He has been featured annually for the society's highly regarded Silent Summer Film Festival since its inception in 2000. 



For twelve consecutive years he held forth playing the huge E.M. Skinner pipe organ for silent films at the University of Chicago's famed Rockefeller Memorial Chapel.  He also performs film accompaniment on the beautiful Letourneau pipe organ in the Crimi Auditorium of Aurora University.  Jay has also made several silent film photoplay appearances on the incredible 5/80 Wurlitzer located at the Sanfilippo Foundation's Place de la Musique in Barrington, Illinois.










The Icelandic film industry’s premier festival, Stockfish, is screening its short film program on April 23 at the Logan Theatre. The short film division of the Stockfish festival, aptly dubbed Shortfish, focuses on highlighting up-and-coming Icelandic filmmakers. The Shortfish screening will feature six short films.


Admission is free and will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis. (Films are not recommended for children.)


*Don't forget to print out your Eventbrite confirmation to bring to the theatre! You will be asked to exchange your confirmation for a Logan Theater ticket.





The Artist (2011)


Silent film + live accompanist: Jay Warren


Mark your calendars for a full, authentic silent film experience during the February 11th screening of THE ARTIST.


Chicago based silent film organist Jay Warren will provide a photoplay score for the unique 21st century-produced silent film THE ARTIST (2011).  Warren will compile a musical score based on Ludovic Bource’s original score, and implement historic silent film era mood and incidental music by period composers William Axt, J. S. Zamencik, and Gaylord Carter.  A forty-year veteran of silent film accompaniment, Warren is passionate about preserving silent film music, a genre in danger of “slipping through the cracks.”


Logan Theatre audiences attending THE ARTIST will be treated to an authentic 1920s-style film experience, with Warren bringing in his specially designed digital Mighty Wurlitzer theater organ to provide the photoplay accompaniment.  The theatre organ – a genuine American phenomena - was the workhorse of the silent film era. Dynamically superior to the piano and more spontaneous than an orchestra, it is truly “the voice of the silent cinema.” 









Gift Cards
Currently available in our box office.

Buy Gift Cards
Book an Event
The Logan Theatre is the perfect versatile space for your next event.

Book an Event
Sign-up is easy. Join now!

Become a Member