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Temporary Closure

To all of our families and friends,

This is a challenging time for everyone, the theatre included.  As a community theatre, we are privileged to have so many people who attend our movies and present events.  Because of the COVID-19 situation, venues like ours are closed.  We would like to give you an update on what’s going on.

We will be shutting off our candlestick sign until we are able to reopen in deference to the people affected by this.

Sadly, all events through the end of May have been canceled.  As far as our movie series, we hope we can reschedule the canceled movies either later this year or carry them over to next year.   If you are a sponsor of any of these movies, we will be in contact with you once we have a solid plan.

As far as the 7th Street Kids play, we are in communication with the Kids and they will be posting updates on their Facebook page and website.

We wish all of you the best.  We are looking forward to a reopen date that we can do with a feeling of safety for all.

Thank you.

7th Street Theatre Board
Ray Kahler, Mickey Thurman, Ginger Akers, Sandie Mullikin and David Akers

Pigs on the Wing: Wish You Were Here

Postponed

Tickets are $22 for all ages.

Tickets are available online or at the door 30 minutes prior to the show.

Wish You Were Here:  Following the highly acclaimed Dark Side of the Moon, Pink Floyd captivate us with another masterpiece in Wish You Were Here this time delving deep into a heady and spacious pallet of songs with themes of distaste towards the music business and alienation as well as a prominent tribute to founding member Syd Barrett.  WYWH represents Pink Floyds best with lush compositions, intense beauty and dark overtones all with the courage to venture into a more experimental approach to their music.  Fans can expect Pigs on the Wing to deliver a precise, hard-hitting, true-to-the-music performance of the classic 1975 Wish You Were Here album melded seamlessly with Pigs on the Wing’s trademark willingness to explore the improvisational side of Pink Floyd’s music – and to let their own musical strengths guide the journey.

In addition, this year’s production will showcase a full second set of carefully curated Pink Floyd music from throughout the Roger Waters era  including the hits and some deep cuts as well.  In the spirit of Pink Floyd, Pigs on the Wings Wish You Were Here 2020 production features a multidimensional visual and sonic representation of Floyds extravagant and immersive live show experience that is not to be missed.

ALL AGES welcome!
7:00 pm doors / 7:30 pm show / 2 sets / $22 ADV
general admission – no reserved seating