OAK GROVE, La. — The Digital Fiske Theatre in Oak Grove, La. has announced and expanded Holiday Season line-up to included two faith-based films along with a classic to its already packed Holiday Blockbuster season.
Christmas with a Capital C has been added to the schedule on December 13 for a one-night engagement beginning at 7 p.m. In this Pure Flix Entertainment film Christmas has always been an exceptional time of love and tradition in the small town of Trapper Falls, Alaska. Hometown of Mayor Dan Reed (Ted McGinley) looks forward to each year with enthusiasm to all the events, friends and family that fill this special season. When Dan’s old high school rival Mitch Bright (Daniel Baldwin) returns home after 20 years, Dan is immediately suspicious. Mitch is a highly successful big city lawyer who has never wanted anything to do with Trapper Falls. The rivalry re-ignites when Mitch takes offense to seeing the town’s flagrant violation of the constitution’s Establishment clause. Mitch wants the Nativity scene removed from the front of City hall and more importantly the word Christmas switched to Happy Holidays on all signs. Fifty years of tradition are now challenged not by an outsider but a former member of the community. As the conflict escalates it goes beyond one person’s opinion but magnifies into an entire town problem when Mitch enters into the mayoral race to have Dan replaced.
The Fiske brings back a classic, “Irving Berlin’s White Christmas” starring Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney and Vera-Ellen on December 20 at 7 p.m. As a Christmas gift to the Ark-La-Miss the Fiske is offering this film free of charge to the citizens of the Ark-La-Miss.
And after popular demand Courageous returns for a one-time engagement January 1 at 6:30.
General is just $6.50 and children six and under are admitted for $3.75.
The Fiske Theatre is owned by the West Carroll Chamber of Commerce and operated by Holland Entertainment LLC of Oak Grove, La.