11

August

The Glen Miller Story – 1953 – 1h 55m – Rated G

This biographical film portrays struggling trombone player, Glenn Miller, who finally catches his big break. Glenn earns worldwide notoriety before serving in World War II, only for tragedy to soon follow.

Showtimes: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Tickets: 
$3 - General Admission 
$2 - Seniors
$2 - Children (12 and under)
$5 - Combo Deal: Includes ticket, popcorn and drink
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August

Rio Bravo – 1959 – 2h 7m – G

Sherriff John T. Chance is struggling to hold a wanted murderer whose accomplices seek his rescue. John reluctantly requests the help of his elderly deputy, the town drunk and a young ranch hand to fortify their position.

Showtimes: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Tickets: 
$3 - General Admission 
$2 - Seniors
$2 - Children (12 and under)
$5 - Combo Deal: Includes ticket, popcorn and drink
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20

August

McSwain Theatre Showcase featuring Jae L. and Crossover

Jae L. Stilwell, the Crossover band and special guests perform a selection of classic and contemporary country music each month in the intimate setting of the McSwain Theatre.

Special guests include:


Red River - Ada, OK
Mychall Lee Allen - Wilburton, OK
Donna Marie - Ada, OK
Anne Young - Murphy, TX
Haley Miller - Ada, OK
Patrick Thompson - Norman, OK
 
Tickets on sale now! 

Showtime: 7 p.m.

Tickets:
$15 - Regular
$13 - Senior
$10 - Child

Special rates for groups of 15 or more, contact (580) 332-8108 for more information.

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August

Remember the Titans – 2009 – 1h 28min – Rated PG

This film is based on a true story of the 1971 T.C. Williams High School football team during the first season following racial integration. Herman Boone, former head coach of the black high school team, faces numerous barriers as he attempts to mentor reluctant boys from the two integrated schools.

Showtimes: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Tickets: 
$3 - General Admission 
$2 - Seniors
$2 - Children (12 and under)
$5 - Combo Deal: Includes ticket, popcorn and drink
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01

September

Sleepless in Seattle – 1993 – 1h 45m – Rated PG

Recently widowed Sam and his son Jonah relocate to Seattle for a fresh start. When Jonah calls a radio station to share their story, Sam suddenly draws the attention of numerous female suitors. A reporter risks uprooting her current life for her chance to meet Sam.

Showtimes: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Tickets: 
$3 - General Admission 
$2 - Seniors
$2 - Children (12 and under)
$5 - Combo Deal: Includes ticket, popcorn and drink
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September

Jailhouse Rock – 1957 – 1h 36m – Not Rated

Vince Everett is a prison inmate who discovers his musical talents during incarceration. When the prison talent show is televised, Vince gains fame that leads him on a challenging journey to become an entertainer.

Showtimes: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Tickets: 
$3 - General Admission 
$2 - Seniors
$2 - Children (12 and under)
$5 - Combo Deal: Includes ticket, popcorn and drink
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15

September

Jungle Cruise – 2021 – 2h 7m – Rated PG-13

Dr. Lily Houghton is in search of a mythical South American tree that has the power to save lives. With the help of MacGregor Houghton and Frank Wolff, the group navigates the treacherous Amazon as they battle a greedy prince and an ancient magical force.

Showtimes: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Tickets: 
$3 - General Admission 
$2 - Seniors
$2 - Children (12 and under)
$5 - Combo Deal: Includes ticket, popcorn and drink
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17

September

McSwain Theatre Showcase featuring Jae L. and Crossover

Enjoy iconic Country music in the intimate setting of the McSwain Theatre as we present Jae L. & Crossover, live in concert! Each month, our house band is joined by talented performers who provide an evening of family-friendly entertainment.
 
Tickets on sale now! 

Showtime: 7 p.m.

Tickets:
$15 - Regular
$13 - Senior
$10 - Child

Special rates for groups of 15 or more, contact (580) 332-8108 for more information.
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22

September

Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken – 1991 – 1h 28m – Rated G

Senora Webster runs away from home, in hopes of becoming a daredevil horse rider in a travelling circus. When the circus owner challenges her merit, Senora battles the odds with help from unlikely sources.

Showtimes: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Tickets: 
$3 - General Admission 
$2 - Seniors
$2 - Children (12 and under)
$5 - Combo Deal: Includes ticket, popcorn and drink
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24

September

Dailey & Vincent

A unique blend of Americana, bluegrass, traditional country and gospel sounds will fill the McSwain Theatre as Grand Ole Opry members and GRAMMY award winners Jamie Dailey and Darren Vincent present a special one-night only musical variety show.

The duo’s popular long-running weekly “The Dailey & Vincent Show on RFD-TV” highlights their multi-talented band known for distinct harmonies, comedic flair and delivery of a high-energy performance entertaining for all ages.

Preferred seating options are on sale for a limited time.
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September

The Pink Panther – 1963 – 1h 55m – Rated G

A master thief known as The Phantom plots to steal a priceless diamond worn by the princess of India. The Phantom is pursued by inspector Jacques Clouseau, as well as his own nephew, George Lytton, who wants the jewel for himself.

Showtimes: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Tickets: 
$3 - General Admission 
$2 - Seniors
$2 - Children (12 and under)
$5 - Combo Deal: Includes ticket, popcorn and drink
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06

October

Cruella – 2021 – 2h 14m – Rated PG-13

Estella has dreams of becoming a high-end fashion designer until a personal tragedy leaves her alone on the streets. New experiences renew her chances for fame and fortune, but is it truly her destiny?
Showtimes: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Tickets: 
$3 - General Admission 
$2 - Seniors
$2 - Children (12 and under)
$5 - Combo Deal: Includes ticket, popcorn and drink
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13

October

Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein – 1948 – 1h 23m – Not Rated

Wilbur and Chick are assigned to deliver Frankenstein and Dracula to a house of horrors museum. As a full moon rises, Dracula suddenly comes to life. Dracula embarks on a mission to revive Frankenstein but must first overcome many obstacles.

Tickets: 
$3 - General Admission 
$2 - Seniors
$2 - Children (12 and under)
$5 - Combo Deal: Includes ticket, popcorn and drink
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15

October

McSwain Theatre Showcase featuring Jae L. and Crossover

Jae L. & Crossover perform your favorite classic and contemporary Country hits in the intimate setting of the McSwain Theatre. Numerous local performers join the band to share their favorite songs.
 
 
Tickets on sale now! 

Showtime: 7 p.m.

Tickets:
$15 - Regular
$13 - Senior
$10 - Child

Special rates for groups of 15 or more, contact (580) 332-8108 for more information.
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20

October

Blackbeards Ghost – 1968 – 1h 46m – Rated G

Steve Walker mistakenly recites magic words that summons the ghost of Blackbeard. The pirate has been cursed by a witch and the only way to break the spell is by performing a good deed. Will Blackbeard be able to perform a good deed and finally be free?

Tickets: 
$3 - General Admission 
$2 - Seniors
$2 - Children (12 and under)
$5 - Combo Deal: Includes ticket, popcorn and drink
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October

Hocus Pocus – 1993 – 1h 36m – Rated PG

The Sanderson sisters get a second chance at life when a young boy, Max, lights a mystical candle. Max and his friends quickly learn that the legend of the witch sisters is true. The witches must race against the night to retrieve their spell book and create a potion to prevent becoming dust once again.

Tickets: 
$3 - General Admission 
$2 - Seniors
$2 - Children (12 and under)
$5 - Combo Deal: Includes ticket, popcorn and drink
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