Come enjoy a night at the movies in the Chickasaw Cultural Center’s Anoli’ Theater in Sulphur, Oklahoma. Featuring 350 seats and a 2,700-square-foot, state-of-the-art movie screen, the Anoli’ Theater shows films every Saturday night that are available to the public!
This Saturday’s Movie is “Te Ata,” starring Q’orianka Kilcher, Gil Birmingham, and Graham Greene!
Te Ata is based on the true story of Mary Thompson Fisher, a woman who cut across cultural barriers to become one of the greatest Native American performers of all time. Born in Emet, Oklahoma in 1895, Mary Thompson Fisher later took the stage name, “Te Ata” which means “Bearer of the Morning.” A citizen of the Chickasaw Nation, Te Ata performed in places such as England for the King and Queen of Great Britain and at the White House for President Franklin Roosevelt. The movie follows Te Ata’s journey from Indian Territory through discovery, love and a stage career that lasted more than 60 years.
This showing will be free as a part of the Chickasaw Nation Annual Meeting & Festival activities!
- This showing will be free as a part of the Chickasaw Nation Annual Meeting & Festival activities!