As we did in 2008 and plan to do every four years, we’re offering a public screening of the Presidential Inauguration Monday, Jan 21 as an opportunity for civic and community engagement. This will be free and open to the public. The swearing-in ceremony is typically between 11:30AM and 12 Noon. The event is free, but concessions will be open. Doors will open at 11AM.
There are only a few seats left for the 6th Annual Robert Burns Memorial Whisky Tasting, Friday, Jan 25 at 6PM. Tickets may be purchased online, at the box office or over the phone. This event will sell out – so get your tickets now!
Starting Friday, our new feature film is Life of Pi. This adventure film tells the story of a young man who survives a disaster at sea and is hurtled into an epic journey of adventure and discovery. Tonight is your last chance to see Hitchcock at 7:30.
Following the feature film Friday night, we are screening our cult classic, They Live. Come see the story of a drifter who discovers a pair of sunglasses that enable him to see that aliens have taken over the Earth.
Our kids’ concert Saturday at 2PM is Two of a Kind. Bring the kids for this interactive family concert!
Our Bogie & Bacall classic film Sunday is Dark Passage. It is followed by our documentary at 4:30, Words of Witness, which tells the story of the Egyptian revolution from the point of view of a young female reporter.
Thursday, Jan 24 at 7:30, Point Entertainment presents Billy Cobham’s Spectrum 40. This is likely to be a sold out show – however, tickets are still available and may be purchased online, over the phone or at the box office. Get ’em while you can and we’ll see you Thursday!
Thanks for your support and we’ll see you at the theatre!