Times & Tickets

New Shows Each Friday

Friday 7pm

Saturday 7pm

Sun 2pm, 7pm

Monday Closed

Tuesday 7pm

Wednesday 7pm

Thursday 1pm, 7 pm


Standard Adult $4, Child $3

3D Adult $6, Child $5

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Fast Week Begins April 24th

furiousWhen you think about the Webster Theater, or you hear our ad on the radio, we’re hoping you think “Experience It.” Because we know you can watch movies anywhere, anytime.

You can drive out of town and see the same movies we offer, but sooner. You can wait until the movies are no longer in theaters, and stream them from Netflixs or Amazon. You can buy the movie on DVD. You can rent the DVD at Redbox or Casey’s General Store.

At the Webster Theater, we’re building a community and selling an experience: Art Deco marquee and lobby, friendly uniformed staff, family-friendly pricing, state-of-the-art digital sight and sound, weekly blog posts, weekly text message reminders, interaction with you on Facebook and Twitter.

For McFarland USA, we offered a community discussion after the show. For Cinderella, we invited everyone to come in costume to meet Cinderella — and we even had a few Prince Charmings show up!

Furious 7 opens here on Friday, April 24. It continues the story of Dom Torretto (Vin Diesel) and his family of friends as they are pursued by Owen Shaw’s brother, Deckard. A new character to the franchise, Deckard Shaw is portrayed by Jason Stratham. The movie ends with a fitting tribute to the late Paul Walker, and his character, Brian O’Conner.

Come to the show to experience “Fast Week” activities every night through Thursday, April 30.

We’ve invited area owners of “fast cars” to park under the marquee lights before the movie each night. Weather permitting, the car line-up looks like this:

  • Friday, April 24: 2009 Challenger SRT8 from Dave Doughty of Doughty Automotive, (1 ¼ miles East of Fort Dodge on D-18).
  • Saturday & Sunday, April 25, 26: 2014 Camaro SS from Randy Denning of Webster City Auto Center.
  • Tuesday, April 28: 1978 Pontiac Firebird Trans-Am from John and Jeff Cormaney, Webster City.
  • Wednesday, April 29: 1973 Plymouth Barracuda from John and Susan Laird, Webster City.
  • Thursday, April 30: 1967 Camaro from Justin Ades, Webster City.

Fast Photo Booth

SketchGuru_20150416095111Come inside the theater to take pictures with the stars of the movie. Cardboard cutouts of Vin Diesel, Tyrese Gibson, and Paul Walker will be set up so that you can sit in a chair, and take a group photo.

You’re invited to post your photos to our Facebook page, and I will collect them all into a slideshow. I will try to have someone on hand taking pictures, but I can’t promise that for every showing. So the best thing to do will be to bring your friends, and take each other’s pictures.

Activities start at 6 p.m. when the doors open, so you will have time to check out the fast cars, pose for a photo, and buy popcorn before the show begins at 7.

The Webster Theater, experience it.

See You at the Movies,


Still Alice One Night Only

Memory is tricky even when it works right. I’ve listened to twins describe their childhood. And have it sound like they grew up in completely different homes.

My mom says that I was always right-handed, but I remember a teacher pulling a pencil out of my left hand and forcing me to hold it in my right hand.

So much of who we are and how we relate and function in the world derives from what we remember: Who do I love? Who are my friends? What is important to me? And why? Think about these questions and I think you’ll find that memories contribute so much to who we are.

So whenever I learn about a friend or acquaintance  with the onset of dementia, I am so sad. I hate it! I hate that memory loss tears wonderful people away from their loved ones even while they are still present physically.

So come to the Webster Theater Monday night and watch Still Alice with us. It might make you cry. It might make you think. But surely it will make you determined to enjoy the ones you love while they are still themselves.

See you at the movies,