The Egyptian Theatre honors DeKalb native Richard Jenkins with a film series hand-selected by him featuring 9 of his favorite films that he has been in. Jenkins is an Emmy award winner and two time Academy Award nominee. He has an impressive career in movies that started with watching films on the screen at the Egyptian Theatre in Downtown DeKalb.
Sponsored by: DHS Class of 1965, DHS Class of 1967, Lehan Drugs, Eduardo's Mexican Restaurant, Rosita's Mexican Restaurant, Pizza Villa, and Dan & Kathy Schewe. A pre-movie reception will take place on October 30th before the showing of The Shape of Water as Richard Jenkins returns to his hometown of DeKalb! Tickets are $50 and will include food and a champagne toast as well as the chance to meet Richard himself. Tickets to the film The Shape of Water are sold separately.
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