Happy Wednesday, Music Boxers,
The weekend after Thanksgiving can only mean one thing: It’s time for Sing-A-Long Sound of Music at the Music Box! This annual event promises fun for the whole family, as we present the classic Julie Andrews film with on-screen lyrics so you can sing along. Plus, every patron gets a complimentary goodie bag, and don’t forget about our pre-show costume contest. Tickets on sale now.
The Music Box 30th Anniversary continues this week, with screenings of The Freshman, Monty Python & The Holy Grail, Indiana Jones & The Last Crusade, the premiere of the small town documentary Medora, and more! Purchase advance tickets to these special events now.
Concussion is a poignant sexual examination of Abby, a forty-something, married, wealthy, lesbian housewife who, after suffering a blow to the head from her son’s baseball, confronts a mounting desire for something different. Palpably sensual and deliciously contained, Concussion is a keen observation of the complicated contours of midlife crisis.
Next week we’ve got wall-to-wall special events! On Tuesday, Greg Sestero presents The Disaster Artist, the new book that takes you behind-the-scenes of The Room, arguably the worst movie ever made (Tickets on sale now).
On Wednesday, it’s a double dose of Disney cheer, with double feature of that other classic Julie Andrews musical Mary Poppins, followed by a sneak preview of the new film Saving Mr. Banks. This is a free event, but you must RSVP to be admitted.
On Thursday, in anticipation of our premiere of the Japanese’s Madoka Magica 3, we’re screening parts 1 & 2! Catch up with the series before you see the latest installment (Which just added another screening on December 9th!). Purchase advance tickets now.
We also have midnight screenings of the quintessential coming-of-age tale Stand By Me and the psychological genre-bender The Visitor, and weekend matinees of the thoughtful drama Museum Hours.
See you at the movies