The film "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" will be shown Jan. 6. Even 50 years after its initial release, this movie is considered by many the most mature Disney live action production, rich in controversial and philosophical dialogue revolving around timeless issues, a fascinating display of pessimism (Nemo) versus optimism (Professor Aronnax).
Norton Buffalo and Roy Rogers perform Jan 13. Cornerstones of the San Francisco Bay Area blues scene for many years, they create blues brimming with blazing acoustic solos that cover a diverse range of styles from hot and feisty up-tempo boogies to down-and-dirty blues with swampy grooves.
Rick Ellis sings Sinatra on Jan. 20. With his five-piece band, Ellis captures the charismatic life force that was Frank Sinatra. He faithfully recreates Frank's treasured performances, wit and style. He'll have you singing, laughing and falling in love all over again.
The Sun Kings perform Feb 9. This will be an evening of Beatles hits and classic album cuts played just the way you remember them. Bring the whole family for a delightful sing-along.
The verismo Beatles film "A Hard Day's Night" will be shown Feb. 10. The foursome travel from train to hotel to television studio with their road crew while Ringo's "grandfather" stirs up trouble.
The Incredible Shanghai Acrobats perform Feb. 16, defying gravity and executing breathtaking feats as they stretch the limits of human ability. If it's humanly possible, Shanghai's acrobats, jugglers and contortionists do it with flair.
Pete Escovedo performs Feb 17. This Pittsburg-born musician has been a major force in Latin music since the late 1960s, including Latin jazz, salsa, rock and Latin pop.
For more information or to order tickets, call 757-9500, stop in at the box office, 602 W. Second St. in Antioch, or go online to www.elcampaniltheatre.com.