Jerry Lewis, one of our greatest comedic actors, passed away earlier this week at age 91. To pay tribute to Lewis, who's famous for films such as The Ladies Man
, The Bellboy
and The Patsy
, movies which he both starred in and directed, the Capitol Theatre
will screen his 1963 comedy The Nutty Professor
on Friday and Saturday.
The Capitol will also donate a portion of each admission Lewis’ charity the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
The film will screen in the Capitol's main auditorium. Admission is $6.
After these screenings, the Capitol Theatre will close for five days for new technical upgrades and cosmetic repairs to the interior. It will reopen on Friday, Sept. 1.