Capri Theatre, 1045 East Fairview Avenue
Category: History, Civil Rights, Arts
Fri., Jan. 15, 2021, 4:00PM – 6:00PM
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is remembered today as an American hero: a bridge-builder, a shrewd political tactician, and a moral leader. Yet throughout his history-altering political career, he was often treated by U.S. intelligence and law enforcement agencies like an enemy of the state. In this virtuosic documentary, award-winning editor and director Sam Pollard lays out a detailed account of the FBI surveillance that dogged King's activism throughout the '50s and '60s, fueled by the racist and red-baiting paranoia of J. Edgar Hoover. In crafting a rich archival tapestry, featuring some revelatory restored footage of King, Pollard urges us to remember that true American progress is always hard-won.
Ticket prices range from $4 – $10, and can be purchased in advance, online here.
Friday - Monday 4:00 & 7:00 p.m.
For more information, call 334-262-4858.
CAPRI THEATRE SAFETY PROTOCOL
The Capri has reopened with the following health and safety protocols in place to create the safest environment possible for you and our staff:
- If possible, please use credit/debit cards.
- Seating capacity limited to 50 (25%) per show to insure proper distancing.
- Designated seating will be in place. Please sit only in designated seats.
- Temperature will be taken at theatre entrance.
- All customers will be expected to wear their masks at all times in common areas, including the concession stand, restroom, and in the auditorium when not consuming concessions.
- All employees and volunteers will wear masks while working.
- Sanitation of all high-touch surfaces and theatre seats in between all screenings.