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Broken Symphony

Showing from July 26th through August 5th, Thursday through Saturday at 8:00PM
Sunday matinees July 29th and August 5th at 3:00PM

Penny, a fifteen-year-old freshman with grand expectations, needs a scholarship. She is putting all her money into college savings, but it just isn’t enough. Just days after the start of first semester, an announcement is made. Scholarships are available to those who are willing to start an after school club! Thrilled, Penny decides to start her own club, and although nobody shows up the first day, by the end of the week four people have joined; Jason, Zion, Jess and Celyna. Through the music club they become fast friends, drawing strength from each other and from the music they create. Navigating the turbulent waters of high school, they battle against insecurity, tragedy, anorexia, and a teen pregnancy. The five of them learn that alone they may be broken, but together they are unbreakable.

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Battle of Blair Mountain

by Rusty Harding

Showing from September 7th through September 30th, Thursday through Saturday at 8:00PM
Sunday matinees September 23 and September 30th at 3:00PM

The Battle of Blair Mountain was the largest labor uprising in United States history and one of the best-organized, and most well-armed revolts since the American Civil War. For nine days from August 24 to September 2, 1921, in Logan County, West Virginia, some 15,000 armed coal miners confronted 2,000 lawmen and strikebreakers, called the Logan Defenders. The "Defenders" were backed by coal mine operators during an attempt by the miners to unionize the southwestern West Virginia coalfields. The battle ended after approximately one million rounds were fired, and the United States Army intervened by presidential order. This fictionalized account of a little known historical event will put you in the heart of the war. Today the battle still goes on over that very mountain.

For tickets, call (214) 930-5338