Now Playing

The Big Lebowski
(117 R) 1998 United Kingdom, United States Joel Coen, Ethan Coen, director
Join us after the show for a film discussion with local writer and producer Mark Strauss! Jeff "The Dude" Lebowski, mistaken for a millionaire of the same name, seeks restitution for his ruined rug and enlists his bowling buddies to help get it.

Thursday, Jul 18 7:00 PM
(122 PG-13) 2024 Lee Isaac Chung, director
Haunted by a devastating encounter with a tornado, Kate Cooper gets lured back to the open plains by her friend, Javi, to test a groundbreaking new tracking system. She soon crosses paths with Tyler Owens, a charming but reckless social-media superstar who thrives on posting his storm-chasing adventures. As storm season intensifies, Kate, Tyler and their competing teams find themselves in a fight for their lives as multiple systems converge over central Oklahoma.

Friday, Jul 19 4:00 PM Friday, Jul 19 7:00 PM Saturday, Jul 20 4:00 PM Saturday, Jul 20 7:00 PM Sunday, Jul 21 7:00 PM Tuesday, Jul 23 7:00 PM Friday, Jul 26 1:00 PM Saturday, Jul 27 4:00 PM Saturday, Jul 27 7:00 PM Sunday, Jul 28 4:00 PM Sunday, Jul 28 7:00 PM
Bewitched, Bothered,  Bewildered
Join us for an evening of song featuring your favorite tunes from the 30s, 40s and 50s! Janene Bergen is a classically-trained singer and a native of St. Joseph, Michigan. She lived in Vienna, Austria for many years where she enjoyed performing opera and doing concerts and recitals. But her heart would always skip a beat whenever she`d hear American Jazz Standards of the 30s, 40s and 50s. She fondly recalls a childhood of listening to the lilting strains of Bing, Frankie, and Ella wafting through the air. Gabriel Palacios is a gifted young pianist who has lived in Ecuador, Thailand, Texas and most recently, Southwestern Michigan. Gabriel feels equally at home whether playing Chopin or Gershwin and Cole Porter. He can currently be heard playing keyboards for the Ghostlight Theater (Benton Harbor) productions of Steve Martin`s "Bright Star" (June 13-23) and "Pippin" (Aug 8-25). Come join us for a "Bewitching" Evening!

Sunday, Jul 21 3:00 PM
Back to the Future
(116 PG) 1985 United States Robert Zemeckis, director
Marty McFly, a 17-year-old high school student, is accidentally sent 30 years into the past in a time-traveling DeLorean invented by his close friend, the maverick scientist Doc Brown.

Thursday, Jul 25 7:00 PM
Silent Film Series feat. Live Music
Livia Gazzolo returns to the Vickers stage to perform ethereal medleys of jazz, Brazilian, and Kurdish music live in front of a series of wonderfully theatrical silent films from the early 1900`s accompanied by a host of incredible musicians on piano, guitar, flute, percussion, and more. June 28 - George Méliès with Brazilian Tropicalia - guitar and vocals July 26 - Alice in Wonderland with psychedelic rock and jazz - piano and vocals August 23 - Arabian Nights with Kurdish Jazz - saz, guitar, percussion, flute, piano and vocals

Friday, Jul 26 7:00 PM Friday, Aug 23 7:00 PM
The Nature of Love
(110 NR) 2023 Canada, France Monia Chokri, director
Sophia, a 40-year-old philosophy professor, has been in a stable and conventional marriage to Xavier for a decade. From gallery openings to endless dinner parties, ten years have flown by. When Sophia meets Sylvain, a craftsman renovating the couple’s new country house, Sophia’s world is turned upside down. The two begin a passionate affair fueled by their irresistible physical connection. However, Sophia comes from a wealthy family of intellectuals, while Sylvain comes from a working-class family of manual workers. As they get to know each other on a deeper level, Sophia begins to question her own values after abandoning herself to her great romantic impulses.

Friday, Aug 2 4:00 PM Friday, Aug 2 7:00 PM Saturday, Aug 3 3:00 PM Sunday, Aug 4 4:00 PM Sunday, Aug 4 7:00 PM Tuesday, Aug 6 7:00 PM
Bad Momz of Comedy
(120 PG-13)
Enjoy a night of laughter, camaraderie, and a well-deserved break from adulting as Bad Momz of Comedy takes the stage... with one Bad Dad! These talented comics prove that parenthood doesn`t mean losing your sense of humor. Whether you`re a mom, a dad, or someone who appreciates a good laugh, this show is for you! The Lineup: Orly K.G., Amy Sumpter, Lia Berman, Jim LaPalermo (bad dad), and Lindsay Porter Doors open at 7pm. All tickets are general admission, $25 each. Concessions, including a variety of alcoholic beverages, are available before and during the show.

Saturday, Aug 3 7:30 PM
State of the Unity
(88 NR) 2023 United States Nathaniel Paul Hoff, Jillian Speece, director
Is unity possible? This simple question launched the Brooklyn-based band The Bergamot on a quest to all 50 States to unite people with music, community, and collaboration. What began as a simple idea in the band`s touring vehicle, brought about a profound revelation. How do we reframe the way we perceive and understand unity? For it is not a shared narrative of a future, but a narrative of a shared future, that can unite us together; says David Hooker Ph.D. How the duo connected people, with that exact vehicle they were sitting in, started a conversation that continues to this day. Jointhem in this timely 50,000-mile tour in human understanding, perseverance, and empathy that changed their lives forever. **Stay after this screening for a special post-screening conversation with award-winning Directors Jillian Speece Nathaniel Paul Hoff. Additionally, The Bergamot will perform two acoustic songs from the score of the film.

Friday, Aug 9 8:00 PM
The Bergamot
The Bergamot is an American indie folk/rock duo based in Brooklyn, New York. The group formed in 2010 in South Bend, Indiana and consists of Jillian Speece (vocals) and Nathaniel Paul Hoff (vocals/guitar/keyboard/harmonica). The duo is known for their songwriting, uplifting music and entertaining shows.

Saturday, Aug 10 8:00 PM

Give the Gift of Vickers Theatre Gift Cards!

Available Now – Online


 Joe Hindley – Vickers Theatre