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85 Fall - County Theater
Previews
County Theater
85
Grace Kelly
SEPTEMBER – DECEMBER 2013
INCLUDES OUR MAIN ATTRACTIONS AND SPECIAL PROGRAMS
C OUNTYT HEATER.ORG
215 345 6789
Welcome to the nonprofit County Theater
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Members............................................................$5.00
Seniors (62+) &
Young persons (<25)........................................$7.25
Matinees
Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri before 4:30
Sat & Sun before 2:30........................................$7.25
Wed Early Matinee before 2:30...........................$5.00
Affiliated Theaters Members*..............................$6.00
You must present your membership card to obtain membership discounts.
The above ticket prices are subject to change.
*Affiliated Theaters Members - Hiway Theater added!
The County Theater, the Ambler Theater, and now the Hiway Theater
in Jenkintown, have affiliate admission benefits. Your membership
will allow you $6.00 admission at the other theaters.
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films or programs unless specifically indicated.
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(and/or seating patrons) after a film has started.
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wheelchair accessible auditoriums and restrooms, and is
equipped with hearing enhancement devices. (For headphones, please see the theater manager when you arrive.)
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state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a
federal agency.
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County Theater
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PREVIEWS (85) SEPTEMBER 1, 2013
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CLOSELY WATCHED FILMS (COUNTY THEATER)
20 EAST STATE STREET, DOYLESTOWN, PA 18901-4311
ISSUE NO. 85
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MAIN ATTRACTIONS
Main Attractions
What main films will play at the
County? This section lists the Main
Attractions that we intend to play in the
coming weeks. Additional unlisted films
will also become available. This list is
only an educated guess, though, since
film release plans often change.
When will these main films play?
Scheduling our Main Attractions is weekto-week. On Monday, we decide what
main films will play starting that Friday.
On Tuesday and Wednesday, we set the
showtimes for the upcoming week and
then update our website and telephone
hotline. We also send out a weekly email
(which you can receive by signing up
at our website). Sometimes, we book
a main film a few weeks in advance,
which we post on our website’s “Coming
Attractions” section.
For our latest Main Attractions plans,
visit: CountyTheater.org (Or call our
hotline at 215 345 6789.)
Grace of Monaco
France/USA - Olivier Dahan
Six years after Grace Kelly’s storybook
life led her to become the Princess of
Monaco, the actress weighs an offer to
resume her career in Hollywood while
helping her country in a dispute with
France. Starring Nicole Kidman as Kelly
and Tim Roth as Monaco’s Prince Rainier
III. Directed by Olivier Dahan (La Vie en
Rose).
Austenland
12 Years a Slave
USA - Steve McQueen - 2 hr 13 min
In the pre-Civil War United States, a free
black man from upstate New York is
abducted and sold into slavery. Facing
this overwhelming injustice, he struggles
to stay alive and to retain his dignity.
In the twelfth year of his unforgettable
odyssey, a chance meeting with a
Canadian abolitionist alters everything.
Based on a true story. With Chiwetel
Ejiofor, Michael Fassbender, Brad Pitt,
Paul Dano, Benedict Cumberbatch, and
Paul Giamatti.
Haute Cuisine
France - Christian Vincent - 1 hr 35 min
w/subtitles
The business of food is fast becoming a
subgenre of its own. In Haute Cuisine,
we’re led inside the Elysee Palace in
Paris for an engaging drama about the
woman who became the head chef for
president Francois Mitterrand. Despite
jealous resentment from the other male
kitchen staff, she quickly establishes
herself, thanks to her indomitable spirit
and her love of fine cuisine. A likeable,
light-hearted film with a ton of food and
kitchen preparations!
MAIN ATTRACTIONS
Populaire
Austenland
Wadjda
Closed Circuit
Salinger
Limited Engagements
France - Régis Roinsard - 1 hr 51 min
w/subtitles
A fresh and colorful romantic comedy
about typing? POPULAIRE is an
enormously fun period piece set in
the 1950s. Rose is a small-town girl
who happens to be a super-fast typist.
Louis spots her talent and enters her in
a series of typewriting contests. Love,
on the other hand, is not that straight
forward in this screwball comedy. A
sweet and attractive film.
USA - John Crowley - 1 hr 36 min
Following an explosion in a busy London
market, Britain is confronted with
one the most high-profile trials in its
history. Defense lawyers step into this
extraordinary case and begin to discover
a possible British Secret Service coverup and other irregularities. As tensions
build, their reputations and lives are put
in jeopardy. Starring Eric Bana, Rebecca
Hall, Julia Stiles, and Jim Broadbent.
USA/UK - Jerusha Hess - 1 hr 37 min
AUSTENLAND is a romantic comedy
about a young woman whose lifelong
obsession with all things Jane Austen
leads her to an eccentric theme park in
England based on the author’s writings.
There she hopes to find a handsome
young suitor. The filmmaking is warm
and clever, even surprisingly literate,
although definitely more unrestrained
than Austen’s storytelling. Featuring
Keri Russell, Jennifer Coolidge and Jane
Seymour.
USA - Shane Salerno - 2 hr
This bold new documentary about the
reclusive and very influential author J.D.
Salinger, features interviews with his
friends and colleagues, as well as unseen
historic film footage. Also included are
interviews with artists who talk about
Salinger’s profound influence on their
lives, including Philip Seymour Hoffman,
Edward Norton, John Cusack, Danny
DeVito, Robert Towne, Tom Wolfe, E.L.
Doctorow, and Gore Vidal.
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Saudi Arabia - Haifaa Al-Mansour
1 hr 38 min - w/subtitles
WADJDA was shot entirely in Saudi Arabia
and is the story of a young girl living in
a suburb of Riyadh determined to raise
enough money to buy a bike in a society
that sees bicycles as dangerous to a girl’s
virtue. Brilliantly directed and superbly
written, this is a warmly emotional and
gently provocative coming-of-age drama
with a terrific central performance.
WADJDA is also the first feature film ever
made by a female Saudi filmmaker.
We try to play each of our Main
Attractions films for a full multi-week
run. Sometimes, however, we are unable
to play a film in a timely or complete
way, and it becomes a question of either
squeezing it in or not playing it at all. We
then often schedule that film for a couple
of mid-week screenings, called Limited
Engagements. Make sure that you sign
up for our weekly email blast, so that
you don’t miss these short, last-chance
screenings.
215 345 6789
Special programs
H
FALL 2013
This Special Programs series contains the fixed schedules for the County Theater, Ambler Theater, and the Hiway Theater.
Ambler: Sept 12 Thurs 7:30
County: Sept 18 Wed 7:30
Hiway: Sept 26 Thurs 7:00
County: Sept 25 Wed 7:30
Special Programs
In addition to our first-run Main Attractions, we
present special programming throughout the
year. Our Special Programs are generally onetime events and include a diverse collection
of independent and classic films, screenings
with local filmmakers, community events, and
stage productions broadcast from Europe’s top
performing arts venues.
This fall, our series includes restorations of
foreign masterpieces, rare silent comedy shorts,
monster movie classics, local independent
films, and a new season from London’s
National Theatre.
Please note that this brochure contains
selections scheduled for the Ambler, County,
and Hiway Theaters.
With Director Luke Poling in person
Plimpton! Starring George
Plimpton as Himself
Rare Silent Shorts
These rare comedy shorts are presented in
a new digital format for the first time. This
diverse collection features silent masters
Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton, visionary
Georges Melies, famous cartoons of Felix
the Cat and Koko the Clown, as well as rare
Charlie Chase shorts. Approx 90 min.
2012 - 1 hr 29 min - b/w - DCP - d: Tom
Bean and Luke Poling
This captivating documentary about George
Plimpton celebrates the rich and eclectic life
of the man who worked and played as a writer,
lion tamer, pro football quarterback, actor,
musician, literary journal editor, trapeze artist,
and more. Followed by a Q&A with director
Luke Poling. Free for members.
County: Sept 26 Thurs 7:30
Ambler: Oct 3 Thurs 7:30
Hiway: Oct 10 Thurs 7:00
Ambler: Sept 26 Thurs 7:30
County: Oct 9 Wed 7:30
Farm Fresh Film Series
Local Filmmaker Shane Bissett
in person
New Digital Restoration
Two Angry Moms
2007 - 1 hr 26 min - color - HD Digital
d: Amy Kalafa
The Doylestown Food Co-op and Bucks County
Foodshed Alliance present the latest in their
ongoing series. TWO ANGRY MOMS is the story
of how to change our school food environment
and insure a healthier, sustainable future for
our kids. The film offers strategies for overcoming roadblocks and getting healthy, good
tasting, real food into school cafeterias. This
screening is jointly sponsored with the Central
Bucks Holistic Moms Network. Tickets: $10
General and $8 for Food Coop Members.
This Time Tomorrow
2012 - 1 hr 22 min - color - HD Digital
d: Shane Bissett
On the eve of what may be the end of the
world, Stacey decides he wants to see his exgirlfriend, Parker. Though not entirely convinced
of impending doom, she agrees to spend the
day with him. They bump into old friends and
fall into old patterns, all the while struggling
to embrace the present and not focus on the
past. Followed by a Q&A with writer/director
Shane Bissett and cast and crew. Free for
members.
Grand Illusion
1937 - 1 hr 54 min - b/w - DCP
d: Jean Renoir - w/ subtitles
The 75th Anniversary restoration of one of the
masterpieces of cinema, hailed as one of the
greatest films ever made. Jean Renoir’s antiwar
film stars Jean Gabin and Pierre Fresnay as
French soldiers held in a World War I German
prison camp, and Erich von Stroheim
as the unforgettable German Captain von
Rauffenstein.
Special programs
H
FALL 2013
This Special Programs series contains the fixed schedules for the County Theater, Ambler Theater, and the Hiway Theater.
County: Oct 16 Wed 5:45
County: Oct 23 Wed 7:30
Ambler: Oct 24 Thurs 7:30
LIVE MUSIC by
Not So Silent Cinema
Nosferatu
1922 - 1 hr 21 min - b/w - digital
d: F.W. Murnau
This amazing silent film is presented
with live music by the group Not So
Silent Cinema from an original score
of Klezmer motifs, Gypsy grooves,
avant-garde textures, and classic horror
effects. It’s still one of the scariest
Dracula adaptations ever made!
Murnau’s silent classic is the perfect
way to get in the Halloween mood.
Movie Meals
Big Night
1996 - 1 hr 47 min - color - digital
d: Stanley Tucci
The Vine and Fig Tree Bistro will be bringing
another cinema feast to life. Chef Abbate will
be returning to the epic Italian feast from
Big Night and cooking up a special celebratory dinner. In the film, an Italian restaurant
run by immigrant brothers is on the verge of
bankruptcy. The siblings risk everything when
they get the chance to cook up a feast for
bandleader Louis Prima. Complimentary hors
d’oeuvre and wine will be served prior to the
screening. Tickets available for just the movie
or the movie paired with the meal.
Ambler: Oct 30 Wed 7:30
Ambler: Oct 17 Thurs 7:30
County: Oct 31 Thurs 7:30
Hiway: Oct 31 Thurs 7:00
The Wolf Man
1941 - 1 hr 10 min - b/w - DCP - Universal
d: George Waggner
Lon Chaney, Jr. stars in this horror classic
about a practical man who returns to his
ancestral home in Wales and saves a local
girl from a werewolf. But he is bitten during
the attack. Cursed by the werewolf’s bite, he
suffers torturous full-moon transformations
and tries to escape the townsfolk who hunt
him. With Claude Rains and Ralph Bellamy.
The Mummy
Creature From the Black
Lagoon (3D)
1954 - 1 hr 19 min - b/w - DCP - Universal
d: Jack Arnold
A strange prehistoric beast lurks in the depths
of the Amazonian jungle. A group of scientists
try to capture the animal and bring it back to
civilization for study. A legend in the history
of B-movies and one of the original films to
make use of the 3D craze. This new digital
restoration presents this “classic” in all of its
eye-popping glory.
1932 - 1 hr 13 min - b/w - DCP - Universal
d: Karl Freund
When British archaeologists uncover the ancient sarcophagus of a mummified Egyptian
priest, they foolishly ignore its warning not to
open the box. Now brought back to life, the
mummy tries to resurrect the soul of his longdead love. Boris Karloff stars in one of his
most memorable monster roles.
Special programs
H
FALL 2013
This Special Programs series contains the fixed schedules for the County Theater, Ambler Theater, and the Hiway Theater.
GraceKelly&Hitch
Muse to director Alfred Hitchcock, Grace Kelly starred in three of his films before leaving stardom to become the Princess of Monaco.
County: Nov 13 Wed 7:30
County: Nov 20 Wed 7:30
1954 - 1 hr 45 min -color - DCP - Warner Bros - d: Alfred Hitchcock
Hitchcock used the new 3D technology to make this masterpiece of intrigue
and double-cross about a man who concocts a perfect plan to kill his wife.
1954 - 1 hr 52 min - color - DCP - Paramount - d: Alfred Hitchcock
This stylish Hitchcock thriller is about a photographer, played by Jimmy
Stewart, who is confined to his apartment with a broken leg. He proceeds
to spy on his neighbors and soon suspects that he’s uncovered a murder.
Dial M for Murder (3D)
Rear Window
In collaboration with the Michener Museum’s exhibit “From Philadelphia to Monaco: Grace Kelly Beyond the Icon,” which runs from
October 28, 2013 to January 26, 2014.
Affiliated Benefits Expand:
We welcome the Hiway Theater
in Jenkintown to the Renew
family of theaters.
Being a member of any one of our sibling
theaters - the County, Ambler, or Hiway - will
give you reduced admission at the others. It
will also give you additional opportunities to
see these classic films on the silver screen.
Join us in wishing good luck and success to
this wonderfully restored classic theater in
Jenkintown as it embarks on the next chapter
of its history.
Hiway: Nov 20 Wed 7:00
Ambler: Dec 5 Thurs 7:30
County: Dec 4 Wed 7:30
Local Filmmaker Joe Medeiros
Local Filmmaker Jeremy Kipp Walker
2012 - 1 hr 25 min - HD Digital
d: Joe Medeiros
This is the startling story of the man who stole
the Mona Lisa from the Louvre in 1911 (yes,
this really happened - it was gone for two
years!), his 84-year-old daughter who believes
that he did it for patriotic reasons, and the
filmmaker who spent more than 30 years
trying to find the truth for himself, and now
for her. Followed by a Q&A with director Joe
Medeiros. Free for members.
2012 - 1 hr 26 min - color - DCP - d: John
Mitchell and Jeremy Kipp Walker
The origin story of the “real life” alien bluegrass band, Future Folk, that has been playing
for NYC audiences for the better part of a
decade. Although Trius has been sent to begin
the colonization of Earth, he abandons his
mission upon hearing music for the first time.
When an assassin from his home world arrives, Trius persuades him to join his bluegrass
band and save his adopted planet. Followed
by a Q&A with director Jeremy Kipp Walker
and a live performance by Future Folk. Free for
members.
The Missing Piece: The Truth
About the Man who Stole the
Mona Lisa
The History of Future Folk
Special programs
H
FALL 2013
This Special Programs series contains the fixed schedules for the County Theater, Ambler Theater, and the Hiway Theater.
County: Dec 5 Thurs 7:30
Grace&Hitch
County: Dec 11 Wed 7:30
C O U NTY TH EAT E R
MEMBER
MEMBER
Farm Fresh Film Series
Food Stamped
2010 - 1 hr - color - HD Digital - d: Shira and
Yoav Potash
The Doylestown Food Co-op and Bucks County
Foodshed Alliance present the next film in
their ongoing series. FOOD STAMPED is an
informative and humorous film following
a couple as they attempt to eat a healthy,
well-balanced diet on a food stamp budget.
Tickets: $10 General and $8 for Food Coop
Members.
For members of
CountyTheater
Hiway Theater
Ambler Theater
To Catch a Thief
1955 - 1 hr 46 min - color - DCP - Paramount
d: Alfred Hitchcock
Grace Kelly’s final film for Hitchcock stars Cary
Grant as a reformed jewel thief suspected of
returning to his former occupation. In order to
clear his name he must ferret out the real thief
with the help of the pampered heiress. His
plan backfires, and then the plot changes.
THE AMBLER THEATER PRESENTS
PETER TRAVERS
SNEAK PREVIEWS
Be a member
of the non profit
County Theater.
Starting in November, members
of the County, Hiway, and Ambler
Theaters are invited to this exciting
new series at the Ambler Theater.
Rolling Stone film critic Peter Travers will
present monthly sneak previews of highlyanticipated upcoming films at the Ambler
Theater. Travers will introduce the film and
interview the director and/or cast after the
screening. We’ll be connected to him via
the internet on our screen. We’ll also have a
chance to ask questions and interact through
Twitter and directly via Skype.
This will be open to MEMBERS ONLY.
Dates and details to be announced soon.
Bruce Dern in Alexander Payne’s NEBRASKA
We anticipate that Alexander Payne’s
NEBRASKA will be first up in November.
This is Payne’s latest following the critically
acclaimed The Descendants. The film follows
an aging father, played by Bruce Dern,
who makes the long trip from Montana to
Nebraska to “collect his lottery winnings,”
while accompanied by his estranged son.
Special programs
H
FALL 2013
This Special Programs series contains the fixed schedules for the County Theater, Ambler Theater, and the Hiway Theater.
COU NTY TH EATE R
MASTE R CALE N DAR
Sept 18 (Wed 7:30)
Rare Silent Shorts
Sept 25 (Wed 7:30)
Plimpton!
Sept 26 (Thurs 7:30)
Two Angry Moms
Family Saturday Matinees
Sept 29 (Sun 12:30)
Othello
On Saturday mornings from November through
March we present family favorites, both classic
and recent. These matinees allow you to share
a big screen experience with your children or
guests. In addition to the movies, we try to
make these events fun and exciting experiences with special guests, decorations, prizes
and trivia. We encourage your children (and
you) to dress up in costume to as many films
as possible.
Oct 2 (Wed 7:00)
The Audience
Members & their families: Free
General Admission: $4.00
Oct 23 (Wed 7:30)
Nosferatu
Oct 9 (Wed 7:30)
Grand Illusion
Oct 16 (Wed 5:45)
Big Night
Oct 20 (Sun 12:30)
Macbeth
CountyTheater.org
In addition to up-to-date movie listings
and information about upcoming films and
programs, the County Theater website also
offers a quick and easy way to become a
member.
Our weekly email update.
Sign up at our website and we’ll send you
our weekly email.
Oct 27 (Sun 12:00)
Le Corsaire
Oct 31 (Thurs 7:30)
Creature From the Black Lagoon (3D)
Nov 3 (Sun 12:30)
Frankenstein (Cast A)
Nov 13 (Wed 7:30)
Dial M for Murder (3D)
Join in the conversation.
Become a fan of the County Theater on
Facebook and Twitter, or check out our blog
at RenewTheaters.org/blog
Nov 17 (Sun 12:30)
National Theatre: 50 Years on Stage
Nov 20 (Wed 7:30)
Rear Window
Nov 24 (Sun 12:00)
Spartacus
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Dec 4 (Wed 7:30)
The History of Future Folk
Dec 5 (Thurs 7:30)
Food Stamped
Dec 8 (Sun 12:30)
Frankenstein (Cast B)
Dec 11 (Wed 7:30)
To Catch a Thief
Special Thanks:
The County Theater receives
funding support through a
grant from the Pennsylvania
Council on the Arts, a
state agency funded by
the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania and the
National Endowment for the
Arts, a federal agency.
National Theatre Live
NT
We
are thrilled to present
another season of
performances from London’s famed
National Theatre. The new season
includes three groundbreaking new
Shakespeare productions and a
special celebration of the National
Theatre’s 50th Anniversary, which
includes encore performances
from previous season and a special
celebratory event.
Tickets: $18 General; $16 Members
NT
Ambler: Sept 19 Thurs 7:00
Hiway: Sept 29 Sun 12:30
County: Oct 2 Wed 7:00
County: Sept 29 Sun 12:30
Ambler: Oct 6 Sun 12:30
Hiway: Oct 13 Sun 12:30
Othello
3 hr 15 min (including one intermission)
A major new production of Shakespeare’s
celebrated play about the destructive
power of jealousy. Othello, newly married to
Desdemona, is appointed leader of a military
operation. Iago, passed over for promotion in
favour of the young Cassio, persuades Othello
that Cassio and Desdemona are having an
affair. With Adrian Lester in the title role and
Rory Kinnear as Iago. Directed by Nicholas
Hytner.
NT
County: Oct 20 Sun 12:30
Ambler: Oct 27 Sun 12:30
Hiway: Nov 3 Sun 12:30
NT
Cast A:
Miller as Victor; Cumberbatch as Creature
County: Nov 3 Sun 12:30
Ambler: Nov 10 Sun 12:30
Hiway: Nov 24 Sun 12:30
Cast B:
Miller as Creature; Cumberbatch as Victor
Ambler: Dec 1 Sun 12:30
County: Dec 8 Sun 12:30
The Audience
2 hr 38 min (including one intermission)
Helen Mirren reprises her Academy Awardwinning role as Queen Elizabeth II in this
acclaimed West End production. The play
imagines a series of pivotal meetings between
the queen and her prime ministers - from
Churchill to Cameron - sometimes intimate,
sometimes explosive.
Macbeth
2 hr (with no intermission)
Manchester International Festival’s electrifying
production of Macbeth, with Kenneth Branagh
as the title character in his first Shakespeare
performance in over a decade and Alex
Kingston as Lady Macbeth. Directed by
Rob Ashford and Branagh, this distinctive
production of Shakespeare’s tragic tale
of ambition and treachery unfolds within
the walls of an intimate deconsecrated
Manchester church.
ENCORE: Frankenstein
2 hr 30 min (including one intermission)
Danny Boyle directed a sensational production
with Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee
Miller alternating roles as Victor Frankenstein
and his “creature.” Childlike in his innocence
but grotesque in form, Frankenstein’s
bewildered creature is cast out into a hostile
universe by his maker. Originally broadcast in
2011.
NT
County: Nov 17 Sun 12:30
Ambler: Nov 24 Sun 12:30
Hiway: Dec 8 Sun 12:30
National Theatre:
50 Years on Stage
2 hrs with no intermission
To celebrate its 50th anniversary, the National
Theatre presents a special performance,
broadcast to cinemas around the world. From
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead to The
History Boys, from The Mysteries to Angels in
America, from Guys and Dolls to War Horse
– Nicholas Hytner directs a thrilling evening
of live theatre, with rare glimpses from the
archive, featuring many of the original actors
who have performed on the National’s stages
over the past five decades.
NT
County: Jan 12 Sun 12:30
Ambler: Jan 19 Sun 12:30
Hiway: Jan 26 Sun 12:30
NT
County: Feb 2 Sun 12:30
Ambler: Feb 9 Sun 12:30
Hiway: Feb 16 Sun 12:30
Coriolanus
ENCORE: The Habit of Art
2 hr (with no intermission)
An encore broadcast of Alan Bennett’s
acclaimed play starring Richard Griffiths, Alex
Jennings and Frances de la Tour. An imagined
meeting between composer Benjamin Britten
and poet W H Auden. It looks at the unsettling
desires of two difficult men, and at the ethics
of biography. It reflects on growing old, on
creativity and inspiration, and on persisting
when all passion’s spent: ultimately, on the
habit of art. Originally broadcast in 2010.
3 hr (including two intermissions)
Donmar Warehouse’s production of Coriolanus,
Shakespeare’s searing tragedy of political
manipulation and revenge. When an old
adversary threatens Rome, the city calls once
more on her hero and defender: Coriolanus.
But he has enemies at home too. Famine
threatens the city, the citizens’ hunger swells
to an appetite for change, and on returning
from the field Coriolanus must confront the
march of realpolitik and the voice of an angry
people. With Tom Hiddleston and Mark Gatiss.
Directed by Josie Rourke.
LiveBallet&Opera
County: Oct 27 Sun 12:00
County: Nov 24 Sun 12:00
Ambler: Dec 8 Sun 12:30
The Bolshoi Ballet
The Bolshoi Ballet
Teatro alla Scala Opening Night
3 hr (including two intermissions)
With a dashing pirate, a kidnapped maiden,
and a dramatic shipwreck, Le Corsaire
is a dazzling ballet experience. In this new
staging from Moscow’s Bolshoi Ballet, famed
choreographer Alexei Ratmansky and Yuri
Burlaka refresh Petipa’s original choreography,
inspired by Lord Byron’s poem, to make this
classic a must-see for every ballet lover.
Starring prima ballerina Svetlana Lunkina,
Ruslan Skvortsov, Andrei Merkuriev and Nina
Kaptsova. ($18/$16)
3 hr 15 min (including two intermissions)
The Bolshoi’s grandiose epic Spartacus
recounts the story of a Roman slave’s fight for
freedom. With its famous Khachaturian score,
since the 1960s it has been considered one of
the greatest ballets in the Bolshoi repertoire.
The choreography by Yuri Grigorovich fills the
Bolshoi stage with dynamic scenes of tension
and conflict, and gives full expression to the
virility and strength for which Russia’s male
dancers are renowned. ($18/$16)
2 hr 40 min (including one intermission)
As one of the most widely performed operas
in the world, Verdi’s immensely popular La
Traviata requires a single soprano to exude
dramatic intuition, presence, and soul for
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215-348-9036
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lunch menu from 8am-2pm. Casual bistro fare
for dinner Thurs-Sun (BYOB) with simple desserts to enjoy either before or after your movie.
Catering and private parties available.
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Italian and local made pastries, Premium Italian Coffees and Homemade Uncle Daves Ice
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available 7 days a week.
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