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This Week in Film & Music

This Week in Film & Music

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OklaFilm & OklaMusic
Thursday, December 10, 2009 - Sunday, December 13, 2009

Oh, the weather outside is frightful, but This Week in Film & Music is so delightful,
and if you\u2019ve no place to go, here\u2019s a show, here\u2019s a show, here\u2019s a show.
There can be no signs of stopping, when we have a movie for those who love
shopping. Check out The September Issue at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art
with the lights down low, and a cuppa Joe, cuppa Joe, cuppa Joe. When you finally
get to have a night, don\u2019t be out in the storm. Let deadCENTER treat you right with

shortSUITES at Photo Art Studios to keep you warm. This rhyme is mercifully

dying, but there\u2019s one more thing before good-bying, if you love Red Dirt so, check
out the 14th Annual Red Dirt Christmas at Cain\u2019s to leave you feeling all aglow, all
aglow, all aglow.

Thursday, December 10 \u2013 Sunday, December 13
The September Issue

Anna Wintour, the legendary Editor-In-Chief of Vogue magazine for twenty years, is
the most powerful and polarizing figure in fashion. The September 2007 issue was
and remains the biggest ever, weighing over four pounds, reaching an audience of
thirteen million people and impacting the global fashion industry more than any
single publication. An intimate, funny, and surprising look at Wintour and her team
of larger-than-life editors, the film reveals the extraordinarily passionate people
behind the magazine.

Oklahoma City, Museum of Art, 415 Couch Dr., (405) 236-3100, Thursday
7:30 p.m., Friday & Saturday 5 p.m., $8
For more information:h ttp : / /www.okcm oa. com /fil m
Thursday, December 10
Sir Threadius Mongus
Sir Threadius Mongus returns to Tulsa with new music and a new lineup. This is
your chance to experience classic STM songs in addition to some new tunes. STM
members include Annie Ellicott, Josh Raymer, Matt Hayes, Michael Staub,
Zach Elkins, Jeff Davis & friends.
Tulsa, Crystal Pistol, 417 N. Main, 10 p.m., FREE!
For more information:h t t p : / /eo- eo .fa ceb oo k.c o m /g rou p .p h p ?g i d =6 3 5 2 1 3 0 6 4 8 4
Friday, December 11
Shannon Curtis and Maggie McClure

Singer/Songwriter Shannon Curtis is a Pop artist who plays the piano and sings
love songs. Curtis is currently traveling and playing shows all over the United States.
Accompanying Curtis will be Oklahoma's very own Maggie McClure. McClure\u2019s
acoustic/pop music is becoming widespread and has recently made an appearance
on MTV's "The Hills.\u201d

Norman, Othello's, 434 Buchanan, (405) 360-2353, 7 p.m., FREE!
For more information:h t t p : / /www.ot h el l osn orm an .com /i n d ex.p h p
Friday, December 11
shortSUITES

Thes hort SU IT E S offers popular shorts from the deadCENTER Film Festival
throughout the year on each second Friday every month. The December's shorts
delve into diverse themes including: hope, murder, generosity, revenge,
reconciliation, regret, humor, good and bad decisions, and humility. Total running
time is 89 minutes. Films include: My Dad, The Line, The Kid, Goodbye Bear,

And What Remains, and The Predator's Return.
Oklahoma City, Photo Art Studios, 1738 NW 16th St., 8:30 p.m., FREE!
For more information:www.d e ad c en t er fil m .or g
Friday, December 11
The Messenger

Ben Foster stars as Will Montgomery, a U.S. Army Staff Sergeant who has just
returned home from a tour in Iraq and is assigned to the Army's Casualty Notification
service. He is partnered with fellow officer Tony Stone (Woody Harrelson) to bear the
bad news to the loved ones of fallen soldiers. When Will finds himself drawn to Olivia
(Samantha Morton), to whom he has just delivered the news of her husband's death,
Will's emotional detachment begins to dissolve and the film reveals itself as a
surprising, humorous, moving and very human portrait of grief, friendship and
survival.

Tulsa, Circle Cinema, 12 S. Lewis, (918) 592-3456, Friday 5:30 & 7:45 p.m.,
Saturday 1 & 8 p.m., Sunday 1 p.m., $8.25
For more information:h t t p : / / ci rcl eci n em a.com /
Saturday, December 12
Western Swing with the Byron Berline Band

As a three-time National Fiddle Champion, Byron Berline has been touted as one of the nation's most inventive fiddlers. His skill, versatility, and artistry continue to be recognized both critically and commercially. The Double Stop Fiddle Shop is proud to host this special event showcasing the best in western swing music. Join theBy ron

Berline Band and a variety of special guests as they perform a number of standard
and original compositions for this fun-filled family event.
Guthrie, Double Stop Fiddle Shop, 121 E. Oklahoma Ave., (405) 282-6646, 8
p.m., $10
For more information:h t t p : / / d ou bl est op .c om
Saturday, December 12
Doug Gabriel

Branson\u2019s five-time winner of Male Vocalist of the Year, Entertainer of the Year, and
Instrumentalist of the Year in 2000, Doug Gabriel not only shares his talent, but
also shares his tremendously talented family. Whatever your taste in music you will

hear it all, and long before you leave the theatre, you will know why Doug's show
was voted Best Morning Show three years in a row in Branson. With his talented
voice and amazing ability on guitar and piano, you will also see Doug play the world
famous "Mufftar" a guitar made out of a 1969 Thunderbird muffler.

Miami, Coleman Theatre, 103 N. Main St., (918) 540-2425, 7 p.m., $18
For more information:h t t p : / /www.col em an t h ea t re. o rg
Saturday, December 12
Cheap Trick

Combining a love for British guitar pop song craft with crunching power chords and a
flair for the absurd, Cheap Trick provided the necessary links between '60s pop,
heavy metal, and punk. Led by guitarist Rick Nielsen, the band's early albums were
filled with highly melodic, well-written songs that drew equally from the crafted pop
of the Beatles, the sonic assault of the Who, and the tongue-in-cheek musical
eclecticism and humor of the Move. Their sound provided a blueprint for both power
pop and arena rock stylings.

Red Rock, 7 Clans Paradise Casino, 7500 Hwy 177, (580) 723-4005, 7 p.m.,
$30 - $60
For more information:h t t p : / /www.okp a rad i seca si n o.com /
Saturday, December 12
14th Annual Red Dirt Christmas
Enjoy an Oklahoma Christmas with Red Dirt artists Cross Canadian Ragweed, the
Red Dirt Rangers, and the Mike McClure Band. All three groups are the leaders of

Red Dirt country that brings back the heart and soul of southern rock. The groups of friends are bound to play all the favorites and the new releases along with some jam sessions.

Tulsa, Cain's Ballroom, 423 N. Main St., (918) 584-2306, 8:30 p.m., $25
For more information:h t t p : / / www.cai n sb all roo m .com /
Sunday, December 13
Kayden's Day Benefit Concert

Kayden Ward is an infant that was born with a rare, incurable condition, Congenital
Vascular Lymphedema. To help raise money towards medical costs, award-winning
recording artist, Johnny Cooper of Wichita Falls, TX and the Bobby Dale Band of
Lawton, OK are donating their time to perform at Kayden's special fundraising
concert. Dale even wrote a special song for the infant called "Kayden's Day" with
artist Andy Moser.

Chickasha, University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma Ballroom, 1727 W.
Alabama, (580) 318-6768, 2 p.m., $35
For more information:www.b ab yk ayd en . o rg
Sunday, December 13
The Jazzmen

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