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The Kimball Theatre
428 West Duke Of Gloucester
Williamsburg, VA 23185
(757) 565-8588

September/October Schedule

Kimball Theatre

The Kimball Theatre
The Kimball Theatre
The Kimball Theatre

Located in Merchants Square, the Kimball Theatre is the outlet that links our past with the present. Enjoy live performances, plays, and featured films. Discuss the arts with Patrick Henry or relax to the soothing jazz of the talented musicians from the College of William & Mary. Stop by the Kimball Theatre today to witness creativity and inspiration—unfolding right here in the heart of Williamsburg.

Shows may sell out in advance. Please call

(888) 965-7254

to confirm availability.

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Upcoming Events at Kimball Theatre Events

Oct 23
4:35 PM
The Dog
Not rated--An intimate portrait of the vivacious John Wojtowicz, the inspiration behind Al Pacino's character in Sidney Lumet's Oscar-nominated "Dog Day Afternoon." In August 1972, John attempted to rob a Brooklyn bank to finance his lover's sex-reassignment surgery. The attempted heist resulted in a 14-hour hostage situation that was broadcast on TV. Three years later, Pacino portrayed his character on the big screen. The award-winning film had a profound influence on Wojtowicz. When he emerged from prison six years later, he became known as "The Dog." Filming over the course of 10 years. codirectors Allison Berg and Frank Keraudren interweavie extraordinary archival footage of the robbery, 70s era interviews, and the early gay liberation movement in which "The Dog" played an active role. The documentary captures the many sides of John Wojtowicz's larger-than-life persona: he is, by turns lover, husband, soldier, lover, activist, New Yorker, mama's boy, and bank robber. 100 mins.
Oct 23
6:30 PM
The Dog
Not rated--An intimate portrait of the vivacious John Wojtowicz, the inspiration behind Al Pacino's character in Sidney Lumet's Oscar-nominated "Dog Day Afternoon." In August 1972, John attempted to rob a Brooklyn bank to finance his lover's sex-reassignment surgery. The attempted heist resulted in a 14-hour hostage situation that was broadcast on TV. Three years later, Pacino portrayed his character on the big screen. The award-winning film had a profound influence on Wojtowicz. When he emerged from prison six years later, he became known as "The Dog." Filming over the course of 10 years. codirectors Allison Berg and Frank Keraudren interweavie extraordinary archival footage of the robbery, 70s era interviews, and the early gay liberation movement in which "The Dog" played an active role. The documentary captures the many sides of John Wojtowicz's larger-than-life persona: he is, by turns lover, husband, soldier, lover, activist, New Yorker, mama's boy, and bank robber. 100 mins.
Oct 23
7:30 PM
Thomas and Sally; or the Sailor’s Return
Can Sally resist the advances of the Squire and stay true to her Thomas until his return from sea? Tonight's presentation of Thomas Arne's 1760 afterpiece features a four-member cast, joined by guest performers and members of The Governor's Musick.
Oct 24
12:00 PM
My Daughter, My Mistress;
My Mother, My Slave
Upon arriving at her new home, Monticello, Betty Hemings is reunited with Martha Jefferson. The young woman she raised will now be her new mistress. What happens as these two women confront the harsh truths that will forever alter the lives they once knew?
Oct 24
4:35 PM
The Dog
Not rated--An intimate portrait of the vivacious John Wojtowicz, the inspiration behind Al Pacino's character in Sidney Lumet's Oscar-nominated "Dog Day Afternoon." In August 1972, John attempted to rob a Brooklyn bank to finance his lover's sex-reassignment surgery. The attempted heist resulted in a 14-hour hostage situation that was broadcast on TV. Three years later, Pacino portrayed his character on the big screen. The award-winning film had a profound influence on Wojtowicz. When he emerged from prison six years later, he became known as "The Dog." Filming over the course of 10 years. codirectors Allison Berg and Frank Keraudren interweavie extraordinary archival footage of the robbery, 70s era interviews, and the early gay liberation movement in which "The Dog" played an active role. The documentary captures the many sides of John Wojtowicz's larger-than-life persona: he is, by turns lover, husband, soldier, lover, activist, New Yorker, mama's boy, and bank robber. 100 mins.
Oct 24
6:30 PM
The Dog
Not rated--An intimate portrait of the vivacious John Wojtowicz, the inspiration behind Al Pacino's character in Sidney Lumet's Oscar-nominated "Dog Day Afternoon." In August 1972, John attempted to rob a Brooklyn bank to finance his lover's sex-reassignment surgery. The attempted heist resulted in a 14-hour hostage situation that was broadcast on TV. Three years later, Pacino portrayed his character on the big screen. The award-winning film had a profound influence on Wojtowicz. When he emerged from prison six years later, he became known as "The Dog." Filming over the course of 10 years. codirectors Allison Berg and Frank Keraudren interweavie extraordinary archival footage of the robbery, 70s era interviews, and the early gay liberation movement in which "The Dog" played an active role. The documentary captures the many sides of John Wojtowicz's larger-than-life persona: he is, by turns lover, husband, soldier, lover, activist, New Yorker, mama's boy, and bank robber. 100 mins.
Oct 25
4:35 PM
The Dog
Not rated--An intimate portrait of the vivacious John Wojtowicz, the inspiration behind Al Pacino's character in Sidney Lumet's Oscar-nominated "Dog Day Afternoon." In August 1972, John attempted to rob a Brooklyn bank to finance his lover's sex-reassignment surgery. The attempted heist resulted in a 14-hour hostage situation that was broadcast on TV. Three years later, Pacino portrayed his character on the big screen. The award-winning film had a profound influence on Wojtowicz. When he emerged from prison six years later, he became known as "The Dog." Filming over the course of 10 years. codirectors Allison Berg and Frank Keraudren interweavie extraordinary archival footage of the robbery, 70s era interviews, and the early gay liberation movement in which "The Dog" played an active role. The documentary captures the many sides of John Wojtowicz's larger-than-life persona: he is, by turns lover, husband, soldier, lover, activist, New Yorker, mama's boy, and bank robber. 100 mins.
Oct 25
4:45 PM
Willow Creek
Not rated--Jim (Bryce Johnson) and his girlfriend, Kelly (Alexie Gilmore), are visiting Willow Creek, the alleged home of the original Bigfoot legend. There, in 1967, the legendary beast was captured on film and has terrified and mystified generations since. Keen to explore more than 50 years of truth, folklore, misidentifications, and hoaxes, Kelly goes along for the ride to keep Jim happy. He is determined to prove the story is real by capturing the beast on camera. Deep in the dark and silent woods, isolated and hours from human contact, neither Kelly nor Jim are prepared for what is hidden between the trees--and what happens when the cameras start rolling. 80 mins.
Oct 25
6:15 PM
Willow Creek
Not rated--Jim (Bryce Johnson) and his girlfriend, Kelly (Alexie Gilmore), are visiting Willow Creek, the alleged home of the original Bigfoot legend. There, in 1967, the legendary beast was captured on film and has terrified and mystified generations since. Keen to explore more than 50 years of truth, folklore, misidentifications, and hoaxes, Kelly goes along for the ride to keep Jim happy. He is determined to prove the story is real by capturing the beast on camera. Deep in the dark and silent woods, isolated and hours from human contact, neither Kelly nor Jim are prepared for what is hidden between the trees--and what happens when the cameras start rolling. 80 mins.
Oct 25
6:30 PM
The Dog
Not rated--An intimate portrait of the vivacious John Wojtowicz, the inspiration behind Al Pacino's character in Sidney Lumet's Oscar-nominated "Dog Day Afternoon." In August 1972, John attempted to rob a Brooklyn bank to finance his lover's sex-reassignment surgery. The attempted heist resulted in a 14-hour hostage situation that was broadcast on TV. Three years later, Pacino portrayed his character on the big screen. The award-winning film had a profound influence on Wojtowicz. When he emerged from prison six years later, he became known as "The Dog." Filming over the course of 10 years. codirectors Allison Berg and Frank Keraudren interweavie extraordinary archival footage of the robbery, 70s era interviews, and the early gay liberation movement in which "The Dog" played an active role. The documentary captures the many sides of John Wojtowicz's larger-than-life persona: he is, by turns lover, husband, soldier, lover, activist, New Yorker, mama's boy, and bank robber. 100 mins.
Oct 26
4:35 PM
The Dog
Not rated--An intimate portrait of the vivacious John Wojtowicz, the inspiration behind Al Pacino's character in Sidney Lumet's Oscar-nominated "Dog Day Afternoon." In August 1972, John attempted to rob a Brooklyn bank to finance his lover's sex-reassignment surgery. The attempted heist resulted in a 14-hour hostage situation that was broadcast on TV. Three years later, Pacino portrayed his character on the big screen. The award-winning film had a profound influence on Wojtowicz. When he emerged from prison six years later, he became known as "The Dog." Filming over the course of 10 years. codirectors Allison Berg and Frank Keraudren interweavie extraordinary archival footage of the robbery, 70s era interviews, and the early gay liberation movement in which "The Dog" played an active role. The documentary captures the many sides of John Wojtowicz's larger-than-life persona: he is, by turns lover, husband, soldier, lover, activist, New Yorker, mama's boy, and bank robber. 100 mins.
Oct 26
4:45 PM
Willow Creek
Not rated--Jim (Bryce Johnson) and his girlfriend, Kelly (Alexie Gilmore), are visiting Willow Creek, the alleged home of the original Bigfoot legend. There, in 1967, the legendary beast was captured on film and has terrified and mystified generations since. Keen to explore more than 50 years of truth, folklore, misidentifications, and hoaxes, Kelly goes along for the ride to keep Jim happy. He is determined to prove the story is real by capturing the beast on camera. Deep in the dark and silent woods, isolated and hours from human contact, neither Kelly nor Jim are prepared for what is hidden between the trees--and what happens when the cameras start rolling. 80 mins.
Schedule of
Operation:
The Kimball Theatre opens one hour before scheduled events.
Main Auditorium occupancy 410.
Screening Room occupancy 35.