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Spend a Week at the Colonial Dec 13 Dec 19

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We are carrying over our feature film, 12 Years a Slave. The film has been nominated for 7 Golden Globe Awards, 4 SAG Awards and 7 Independent Spirit Awards. Don’t miss it!

Stay after our feature Friday night for our cult film, New Year’s Evil. During a New Year’s Eve celebration, a Punk Rock & New Wave show host gets a phone call saying that when New Year’s strikes in each time zone, someone will be murdered–and she will be the last one.

The Firebird Festival is back this Saturday! From 6-7PM, Storytelling Irma tells the Phoenix myth in The Colonial Theatre. She is accompanied by the Firebird Improv Orchestra – a group of eclectic musicians and instruments from didgeridoos to violins. This show is interactive, spontaneous and fun for all ages. It is joined by the Firebird dancers adding vibrancy and color. It is a free event. The feature film will begin at 8PM (by then all the Festival activities will have moved up to the site on the North side).

Tickets are still available for Firebird Theatre’s Holiday Revue Saturday, Dec 28 at 1PM and 7PM. You may purchase tickets by clicking HERE.

Our kids’ film Saturday is The Muppet Christmas Carol. Bring the whole family for this excellent re-telling of Dickens’ classic, with the added twist of Muppet humor and charm.

Our classic film this Sunday is The Bells of St. Mary’s. Bing Crosby stars as Father O’Malley, an unconventional priest who works together with Sister Benedict (Ingrid Bergman) to attempt to save St. Mary’s, a run-down parochial school on the verge of condemnation.

Thanks for your support and we’ll see you at the theatre!