Year W/o Santa & Emmet Otter – Christmas in the Crown

THE YEAR WITHOUT A SANTA CLAUS
Sidelined by a nasty cold and feeling unneeded, Santa decides not to make his annual Christmas journey. Elves Jingle and Jangle scour the world to find people who still believe, hoping to convince the jolly old elf to make his trip anyway.

Directed by Jules Bass, Arthur Rankin Jr. ‧ Not Rated ‧ 1974 ‧ Family/Fantasy ‧ 51m

EMMET OTTER’S JUG BAND CHRISTMAS
Based on a children’s book, this beloved Christmas story tells the story of Ma and Emmet Otter – a family that has little more than each other. When a talent show is held in town, a fifty-dollar prize gives them each hope of buying the other a real present this year. Based on “The Gift of the Magi,” this Jim Henson special features music from Paul Williams and an all-puppet cast of woodland creatures.

Directed by Jim Henson ‧ Not Rated ‧ 1977 ‧ Family/Musical ‧ 48m

Christmas in the Crown Movie tickets are $8, taxes and fees included.
Seniors, military, first responders, students and educators save $1 per ticket!

Carolina Theatre Movie passes will also be accepted at the door, subject to availability – please arrive early.

Doors and Box Office open at 7:00pm.

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Our 2023 Holiday Movies Series is sponsored by our friends at the Deuterman Law Group.

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ABOUT THE CROWN
The Crown at the Carolina, located on the third floor, started its life as the 1927 vaudeville theatre’s original sign shop, churning out iconic posters and ads for early touring shows and movies. After spending the decades that followed as a storage area, the space underwent its first phase of renovation to open to the public as The Crown in September 2013.

Now a high-tech, flexible performance space, The Crown is celebrated for its delicate acoustics, inviting ambiance, intimate setting, as well as its accessibility to the Triad’s performing arts community. Warm, exposed brick walls, high ceilings, and huge lead-paned windows (original to the building) bring the room its natural, historic, up-cycled “cool” factor.