There weren’t any celebrities or a red carpet, but it was still a highly anticipated opening night.The Pittsfield Community Theater opened for business Friday night, after being closed for four months.”It’s a great feeling to have everyone want it back up and running.” Donna Dunphy is the Manager of the Pittsfield Community Theater, and the question she’s answered most often lately is, ‘When is the theater opening?’ Now she can tell them Friday night.Four months ago, the roof was found to be unsafe. Wooden trusses had been cut and leaking water caused even more damage. The theater was closed so the roof could be reinforced. Now that work is done.”To have it back up and running, it’s gonna be great for the community and surrounding towns so they don’t have to go so far and spend a lot of money.”General admission is just $3.00, $2.00 for Seniors, and if you see a show on Monday, it’s just a buck.That fits right into the budget of a lot of folks, not to mention it’s convenient.”This is like the only place to hang out in Pittsfield” says Jessica Huff, who is glad to have the theater back open. So is Justine Dunphy, “It’s a lot better to have it here close in town so you can come here during the week or something.”This is a building that dates back to 1915, a centerpiece of the community since then. But what the kids of today understand, is they’re glad to have it back.”6:00 All my friends said they’re coming just cause it’s the opening, they don’t care what movie’s playing.”The first movie showing is “Hotel for Dogs” rated PG.