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(*) Denotes a Capitol-produced event.
Capitol Halloween Double Feature
*Film: THE MUMMY (1932) &
THE BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN (1935)

Saturday, October 25, 7:00 pm

Brought to you by Voce & Iles, CPAs.

Famed cinematographer Karl Freund (Metropolis, Dracula) made his directorial debut with The Mummy, a tale of British archaeologists who uncover the ancient sarcophagus of a mummified Egyptian priest (Boris Karloff). Foolishly ignoring its warning not to open the box, the mummy takes the form of a modern Egyptian and quickly begins his quest to resurrect the soul of his love, which he believes has been reincarnated in a modern woman (Zita Johann).

Described by some critics as a sequel that bested its predecessor, The Bride of Frankenstein revives the famous monster, masterfully played by Boris Karloff.  Dr. Frankenstein (Colin Clive) wants to get out of the evil experiment business, but when a mad scientist, Dr. Pretorius (Ernest Theisinger), kidnaps his wife, Dr. Frankenstein agrees to help him create a new creature, a woman, to be the companion of the monster.  Co-starring Elsa Lanchester, Valerie Hobson and Dwight Frye.  Directed by James Whale.


GENERAL SEATING
Adults $6, Capitol Friends $5, Children (12 & Under) $2

Catholic Diocese of Syracuse presents
Film: MARY OF NAZARETH

Sunday, October 26, 1:00 pm & 6:00 pm

Mary of Nazareth is an epic new motion picture on the life of Mary, mother of Christ, from her childhood through the Resurrection of Jesus.

This full-length feature film was shot in Europe in very authentic locales with outstanding cinematography, a strong cast, and a majestic music score. Actress Alissa Jung gives a beautiful, compelling and inspired portrayal of Mary. Pope Benedict XVI had the opportunity to screen this film in the Apostolic Palace, and was touched by the portrayal of Mary so movingly revealed on film.

The film vividly captures the essence of Mary’s profound faith and trust in God amidst the great mysteries that she lived with as the Mother of the Messiah, her compassionate humanity and concern for others, and the deep love that she and Jesus shared for one another. This movie underscores her special role in God’s plan for our redemption, her unique relationship with Christ, and the tremendous suffering that she endured in union with his passion and death, as well as her serene joy at his Resurrection.

Directed by acclaimed European film director Giacomo Campiotti (BAKHITA, DOCTOR ZHIVAGO, ST. GIUSEPPE MOSCATI) and written by Francesco Arlanch (RESTLESS HEART, PIUS XII, POPE JOHN PAUL II), in addition to the luminous performance by Jung, the film provides inspiring portrayals of all the main roles, including Andreas Pietschmann as Jesus, Luca Marinelli as Joseph, Paz Vega as Mary Magdalene and Antonia Liskova as Herodias. The original music score was written by Guy Farley.


GENERAL SEATING
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
FREE PARKING AT THE LIBERY/GEORGE ST. PARKING GARAGE.
James Bond Classics
*Film: LIVE AND LET DIE (1974)

Friday, November 14, 7:00 pm
Saturday, November 15, 2:30 & 7:00 pm

James Bond meets blaxploitation in this eighth installment in Eon Productions’ adaptations of the Ian Fleming James Bond adventures.  Live and Let Die also marks Roger Moore debut in the role of 007 James Bond.  In this colorful entry, Bond is dispatched to the U.S.  to track down Mr. Big/Dr. Kananga (Yaphet Kotto), a narcotic magnate who is going to take over the Americas by converting the population into heroin addicts.  Bond tracks Kananga through Harlem, New Orleans, and the Caribbean Islands. Jane Seymour co-stars as the beautiful Solitaire, the tarot card reader Kananga needs for his success, and Bond’s eventual love interest. 


GENERAL SEATING
Adults $6, Capitol Friends $5, Children (12 & Under) $2

Capitol Holiday Classics
*Film: IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE (1946)

Friday, December 19, 7:00 pm
Saturday, December 20, 2:30 & 7:00 pm

Brought to you by Voce & Iles, CPAs.

The beloved holiday classic returns to the Capitol Theatre! Take a trip back to Bedford Falls, as an angel helps a compassionate but despairingly frustrated businessman (James Stewart) by showing what life would have been like if he never existed. Also starring Donna Reed and Lionel Barrymore as the despicable Mr. Potter.


GENERAL SEATING
Adults $6, Capitol Friends $5, Children (12 & Under) $2

*Film: CARTOON MADNESS

Monday-Friday, February 16-20, 3:00 pm
Saturday, February 21, 3:00 & 7:00 pm

Your favorite cartoons are back, with another installation of CARTOON MADNESS, every day during mid-winter break!  Catch a dozen cartoons, featuring your favorite characters from the Looney Tunes series of animated shorts!


GENERAL SEATING
Adults $4, Children (12 & Under) $3
The Gunther Group presents
*Concert: The World Famous
GLENN MILLER ORCHESTRA

Friday, April 24, 7:00 pm

Sponsored by The Gunther Group, offering financial planning, personally designed.

Nick Hilscher, director and conductor; Natalie Angst, featured vocalist.

Even after 75 years, Glenn Miller’s musical arrangements are still heard and loved around the world—timeless icons of American culture such as Chattanooga Choo-Choo, In the Mood, Tuxedo Junction, A String of Pearls, Moonlight Serenade, Little Brown Jug and Pennsylvania 6-5000 to name a few. The World Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra’s unique jazz sound is considered to be one of the greatest bands of all time.  

RESERVED SEATING
Adults $22, Seniors (62+) $16, Capitol Friends $13,
Children (12 & under) $8.