What do you get when you mix a headstrong, singing nun-turned-governess with seven adorable kids and a dashing naval captain? The Best Picture winner (1965) and Library of Congress "culturally significant" film The Sound of Music. America's most beloved family classic is back on the big screen for a special showing at Alamo Drafthouse â Mason Park. Today, you can cozy up to this wholesome story of the family von Trapp, as they foil the Nazis and take flight into the breathtaking "hills" (um, the Alps) of Salzburg, Austria.
Wed., June 28, 7:30 p.m.