‘Jaws,’ ‘Monty Python,’ more: Benefit series @ Admiral Theater

(1975 trailer for “Jaws”)
Three more big-screen special events have been announced for the Admiral Theater – this time, movies and more, presented as benefits, explained by Mind Unwind‘s Krystal Kelley:

I am happy to announce a series of Art events that we are doing this summer at the Admiral Theater. This is a fundraiser to raise money for both the Admiral Theater’s renovations and for supporting Arts in Education through the Mind Unwind Foundation. It also helps support local artists!

Tickets for the first two events go on sale June 7th. First one:


Late-night showing of JAWS at 11:00 pm

Join us for a late showing of a classic movie, including intermission, wine/beer, silent auction and unique mixed media exhibit “Lost At Sea” by J. Conrad Nivens. 21+over event. Guests are encouraged to wear their finest DENIM!

Second event:


Monty Python & The Holy Grail at 11:00 pm

Join us for some friendly medieval fun. Late night showing of Monty Python & The Holy Grail at 11:00 pm, intermission, beer/wine, silent auction and original exhibit, “Holy Grail” by Dave Ryan of Manticore Stencil Art. Guests are encouraged to come dressed as medieval knights & wenches.

The third event will be a group art show with a showing of “The Big Lebowski” on August 24th. Krystal says that along with ticket sales, they’ll also be raising money by selling sponsorships; any businesses/organizations interested in sponsoring the series can sign up by going here.

P.S. If you missed our recent story about the Admiral’s renovation hopes, read it here. And to find out more about the Mind Unwind Foundation, go here. Related to its work, you’ll see a summer-long art-supply drive in The Admiral’s lobby, too.

5 Replies to "'Jaws,' 'Monty Python,' more: Benefit series @ Admiral Theater"

  • L.A. May 29, 2013 (6:50 pm)

    Come on admiral… Kickstarter it.

  • fiddy May 29, 2013 (9:24 pm)

    I will be at Jaws and will bring my pals too. My favorite movie of all time.

  • Heather May 30, 2013 (5:31 am)

    That preview…
    Sounds awesome! I love the suggested “dress code”!

  • Jennie May 30, 2013 (7:43 am)

    11pm showings are too late for me otherwise would totally go see these movies there…

  • L.A. May 30, 2013 (3:59 pm)

    They are sadly too late for me as well… And for a lot of bus riders, sigh. Thus again, give us kickstarter or some other way to mass contribute easily! I don’t want to lose our theater!

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