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THE WOMAN KING

Daily -  7:30 p.m.

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General - $12 
Senior (65)  - $10
Student (17 and Under) - $10
Child (12 and Under) - $9
 

 

UPTOWN THEATRE

The Uptown Theatre
Est. 1947
Celebrating 75 Years! 

Come stretch-out in our Big, Spacious Auditorium and get a load of our Brand New CinemaScope Screen! 

The Uptown Theatre will continue to present 1st Run Hollywood, Independent and International Motion Pictures

Featuring Big Comfy Seats w/ Drink Holders and moveable padded armrests, 
A Great Big 7.1 Dolby Digital Surround Sound System and THE BIGGEST Indoor CinemaScope Screen on The Olympic Peninsula!

Now Hiring!
positions available at
The Uptown Theatre 
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Drop by and pick up an application 
during regular business hours 
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(360)531-4031


Corner of Lawrence and Polk Streets
1120 Lawrence Street
Port Townend, Wa 

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Now Playing

THE WOMAN KING

Ends Thursday, 9/29!  

Starring:    Viola Davis 
Directed by:  Gina Prince-Bythewood 

Rated (PG13)
Run Time - 2 hrs. 10min. 


The Woman King is the remarkable story of the Agojie, the all-female unit of warriors who protected the African Kingdom of Dahomey in the 1800s with skills and a fierceness unlike anything the world has ever seen. Inspired by true events, The Woman King follows the emotionally epic journey of General Nanisca (Oscar®-winner Viola Davis) as she trains the next generation of recruits and readies them for battle against an enemy determined to destroy their way of life. Some things are worth fighting for…

 

"A fierce Viola Davis headlines this historical epic about women warriors in 1823 West Africa and reminds us how truly inspiring it is to see these brave sisters doing it for themselves."
-Peter Travers, ABC NEWS

"This film has a fire in its belly. But more importantly, it also has a heart full of love: love of life, love of freedom, love of Black people and culture, and love for its ferocious, complicated, brave women."
-Katie Rife, POLYGON