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In Depth: 'Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation'

By Palace Manager Marcy Horst · 11:18am August 28th, 2015
“You believed it, of course, because it was Tom Cruise.” ~Matt Zolier Seitz “Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation,” number 5 in the series, opens Friday, August 28 through Thursday, September 3 at 7 pm, and Monday, August 31 at 2 pm. Rated PG-13 for thrilling, awesome action and requisite partial nudity, patrons are in for two hours and fifteen minutes of WOW.

In Depth: Minions

By Marcy Horst · 9:36am August 13th, 2015
THEY'RE BACK! “Minions” opens Friday, August 14 at 7 pm and those little yellow blue-jeaned crowd pleasers run amok through Thursday, August 20, with matinees on Saturday at 4 pm and Monday at 2 pm. This third in the series following Despicable Me 1 & 2 will charm all, especially our very youngest patrons.

“Mary Ingalls – Her Journey” opens tonight in IBSSS auditorium

By Nancy Beckman · 8:47am July 31st, 2015
At 7:00 p.m. tonight begins the three- performance run of the 2nd season for “Mary Ingalls – Her Journey” on the Iowa Braille and Sight Saving School auditorium stage. There’s still room for you, so make space in your weekend for us. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. giving you time to explore Old Main – take a look at the vintage photo display in the main hall, see the Founders Room and the museum.

Mary Ingalls-Her Journey to be performed at IBSSS Auditorium in 5 Days

By Nancy Beckman · 11:10am July 27th, 2015
5 day til “Mary Ingalls – Her Journey” comes to life on the IBSSS Auditorium Stage The clock is ticking away the minutes until opening night for the second season of “Mary Ingalls – Her Journey” on Friday, July 31. Mary, the Ingalls family, the staff and students of the Iowa College of the Blind are ready.

From the Back of the Balcony: ‘Inside Out’ is summer's best movie

By Dean Close · 12:08pm July 24th, 2015
“Have you ever looked at someone and asked yourself, ‘What’s going on inside their head?’” In a summer full of repeats (Another cartoon movie, another Mad Max, another Magic Mike, another “M-I really watching another Tom Cruise spy movie?”), Disney’s Pixar pros answer the above question with an animated movie as original as a love song about volcanoes (more on the volcano song later).

In Depth: Inside Out

By Palace Manager Marcy Horst · 11:57am July 24th, 2015
Joy, Disgust, Fear, Sadness, and Anger vie for top billing on the big screen this week in “Inside Out,” Pixar’s latest 3D animation adventure. 11-year-old Riley’s emotions run amok when her parents decide to move the family from Minnesota to San Francisco. Pixar changes up the formula with this inventive, delightful, and thought-provoking addition to its growing store of classics.

Less than 2 weeks until 'Mary Ingalls' opens at IBSSS auditorium

By Nancy Beckman · 11:17am July 20th, 2015
12 days until the “Mary Ingalls – Her Journey” Pageant debuts for the 2nd Season on the Iowa Braille and Sight Saving School auditorium stage beginning Friday July 31, 2015 The cast and crew are working hard to make this 2nd Season as enjoyable and moving as the premiere season.

In Depth: 'Spy'

By Marcy Horst · 12:26am July 16th, 2015
As a distaff version of James Bond in “Spy,” Hollywood’s reigning empress of ha-ha Melissa McCarthy has a license not just to kill the audience with laughter but also to slay us with her acting skills. And it’s a bust-a-gut thing of beauty to watch her give a wholly satisfying lead performance with a complete dramatic arc.

24 days until 'Mary Ingalls' opening at IBSSS

By Nancy Beckman · 9:54am July 8th, 2015
Only 24 days till opening night of “Mary Ingalls – Her Journey” at the Iowa Braille and Sight Saving School. There is lots of activity – lines to learn, costumes to try on, props to find, furniture to move, pictures to take and promotion to prepare. All this energy expended to bring you the story of Mary Ingalls’ time at the Iowa College for the Blind.

In Depth: Mad Max

By Palace Manager Marcy Horst · 10:24am July 6th, 2015
Apocalyptic Mad Max returns from the early 1980s with “Mad Max: Fury Road.” This fourth in the series that originally propelled Mel Gibson into big screen fame, features Tom Hardy as Max. Rated R for extreme violence, this action-packed film is the perfect way for adults to finish their holiday festivities, but find a fun babysitter for the kids.

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