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Free Family Movie Days ~ Corpse Bride

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Free Family Movie Days ~ Corpse Bride

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October 17, 2021
3:00 pm

Venue

Frauenthal Theater

Tickets: FREE, no tickets required

Corpse Bride

Synopsis: Returning to the painstaking stop-motion animation he employed with amazing success in The Nightmare Before Christmas, Tim Burton presents a hair-raising legend based on a 19th-century Russian folktale, in which a young man mistakenly weds a corpse while on a two-day trek to the village of his real bride-to-be. It is up to the groom’s flesh-and-blood fiancée, who has been pining for the arrival of her intended, to face her wraith-like rival and make peace with her by promising to live her dreams for her and by vowing to remember her always. Only then are the living bride and groom free to proceed with their own wedding ceremony in the warmhearted fable Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride.

Directors: Tim Burton, Mike Johnson

Cast: Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, Emily Watson, Tracey Ullman, Paul Whitehouse

Rating: PG

Studio: Warner Bros.

Runtime: 75 minutes

General Admission / Doors Open at 2:15 p.m.

The Frauenthal Center invites everyone to attend this family-friendly entertainment series featuring 9 FREE family movies inside the Frauenthal Theater, once a month beginning in September 2021 through May 2022.

The series aims to open doors for families in the community to experience the Frauenthal Center together or for those who are simply looking for a free and fun afternoon. The series schedule is as follows:

Sunday, September 19th – Aladdin
Sunday, October 17th – Corpse Bride
Sunday, November 21st – Wonder Woman 1984
Sunday, December 19th – It’s a Wonderful Life
Sunday, January 30th – Soul
Sunday, February 13th – Cruella
Sunday, March 20th – Mulan
Sunday, April 3rd – The Secret Garden (2020)
Sunday, May 15th – Raya and the Last Dragon

These events are FREE admission, no tickets required. All movies will begin at 3:00 p.m. with the doors opening at 2:15 p.m. The Frauenthal Center, formerly known as the Michigan Theater, was built in 1930 by Muskegon’s own movie mogul, Paul Schlossman for “100% all talking motion pictures.”

About the Frauenthal Center:

Here, you’ll find captivating performances, beautiful event venues, thought-provoking art and invigorating workspaces – all nestled in the historic heart of Muskegon. Created by the community, for the community, the Frauenthal Center is a gathering place for culture and connections. Continuing to improve the quality of life for the residents of Muskegon County, the Community Foundation for Muskegon County remains committed to the ownership and operation of the Frauenthal Center and its future development.