posted by crosstheater on December 26, 2010 at 4:13 am

(Run Dates: Late November 2010 —– February 3, 2011)

It is very difficult to find a Christ centered film at a major theater. But that is exactly what is going to happen in St. Louis, Missouri on February 3, 2011.

Monday, May 31st in Huntsville AL, Tony Black and Xist Filmworks wrapped up production on the movie, “Stand”, starring Shirley Murdock, Quest Green, Sean Simmonds, Willie “P-Dub” Moore Jr., Courtney “J.R.” Peebles and Edward Long. Phillip Dahmer with the St. Louis based company, Cross Theater, has a deep desire to bring this film to St. Louis, so communication began between Mr. Dahmer and Mr. Black. Dahmer stated, “It is always a joy to see one of your own succeed.” But in this case, St. Louis has two golden sons that have reached the peak of the mountain. Gospel artists, Courtney Peebles aka J.R. ( and Willie Moore Jr. aka P-Dub ( are our shining stars, and it is important to St. Louis that we celebrate their accomplishment.“ So Cross Theater is committed to working in conjunction with Xist Filmworks to produce a successful movie premiere of "Stand” at the Chase Park Plaza Cinemas (212 N. Kingshighway Blvd.).

With two available screenings, the premiere will be a red carpet affair with attendants “Dressed to the Nines”. Attendees can receive door prizes, insight from the director and St. Louis’s own Courtney Peebles and Willie Moore Jr. Everyone is invited either by fliers to the public or direct invitations to St. Louis dignitaries. This extraordinary event is sponsored by Christian owned companies and churches. This event will cost $15 and tickets are available at Steadfast Accounting Solutions (3006 N. Lindbergh Blvd. Suite 707). This event will only happen once and will absolutely leave lasting memories.


Bott Radio Network 314-961-1320
The Eagles Den 314-504-1774
Steadfast Accounting Solutions 314-291-0829
Team 3 Sports 314-552-1800
The Equation Church 314-599-5021
Third Presbyterian Church 314-868-9600

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