Capitol Theatre’s Pride Film Series Shows Lesbian Love Story

Tue 6/11 @ 7:30PM

In honor of Pride month, the Capitol Theatre in Gordon Square is dedicating weekly nights all month to its Pride film series, showing LGBTQ-interest films.

This week’s entry is the newly released film, Good Kisser, directed by Wendy Jo Carlton. It centers on a woman named Jenna who, according to the description “agrees to a sexy weekend fling with materialistic girlfriend Kate and the worldly Mia.” Of course, there are complications.

Next week Tue 6/18, the theater will show Changing the Game, a documentary about transgender high school athletes, and closes Thu 6/27 with 1980 musical fiasco Can’t Stop the Music, which, like many really terrible films, has become a cult classic.

Admission to each films is $9.75 for adults, $7 for seniors and children, $8.75 for students. And a portion of concession sales will go to the LGBT Community Center, located just around the corner from the theater.



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