*Event: Rising Stars Showcase
Sunday, June 5, 5:00 pm
Rising Stars Youth Program presents "Journey to Bookland," selected
fairy tales, including monologues by selected students, "The Little
Engine That Could," "Rapunzel," "Three Billygoats Gruff," "The Sun
& The Wind," and "The Emperor's New Clothes."
GENERAL SEATINGGeneral Admission $6.
Thursday, May 19 - Wednesday, May 25
Watch the trailer for this film here.
90 Minutes/US/Rated 'R' for language and brief graphic nudity
of the Un Certain Regard prize at this year's Cannes Film Festival and
Best Narrative Feature at the Hampton's Film Festival, this charming,
stunningly shot drama focuses on two Icelandic sheep farmers whose
decades-long feud comes to a head when disaster strikes their flocks.
In a secluded valley, estranged brothers Gummi and Kiddi live side by
side tending to their prized ancestral sheep stock, despite not having
spoken in 40 years. When a lethal disease suddenly infects Kiddi's
sheep, all the animals in the area are culled to contain the outbreak,
with many farmers abandoning their land. But the brothers don't give up
so easily-and each tries to stave off the disaster in his own fashion:
Kiddi by using his rifle and Gummi by using his wits. As the
authorities close in, they will need to come together to save the
special breed passed down for generations-and themselves-from
Thursday 7:30 pm; Friday 4:00, 7:30 pm; Saturday 4:00, 7:30 pm;
Sunday 1:00, 4:00 pm; Monday-Wednesday 7:30 pm;
this is a foreign-language film, there are no open-captioned showtimes
for this film. There are, however, subtitles for the dialog at
ADULTS $7, FRIENDS/STUDENTS $5CINEMA CAPITOL IS LOCATED AT 230 W. DOMINICK ST.,NEXT DOOR TO THE CAPITOL
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a 1,788-seat theater situated in the heart of Central New York state,
provides the region with an unique and historic venue for the
performing and visual arts. Our programming includes silent and classic
movies, live theatrical productions, musical concerts, and dance. The
Capitol is the centerpiece of downtown Rome, NY, and we provide over
15,000 people with entertainment and smiles through over 100
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Capitol Theatre provides cultural and educational opportunities to the
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pride for Rome, Central New York and beyond.
Theatre offers an economic benefit of nearly $1M annually which helps
generate and hold 25 non-theatre jobs in the Rome
provide some of the most varied premier family entertainment in Central
New York. Throughout the year, the Capitol Theatre hosts a multitude of
both classic and modern offerings. Everything from the World Famous
Glenn Miller Orchestra to Shakespeare—and even our own summer classic
and silent film festival, Capitolfest—our programming appeals to audiences of all ages!