A 1946 FILM NOIR from Howard Hawks (Starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall) - Pity the poor private eye who gets involved in the personal lives of a rich General and his daughters. Noir couldn’t get blacker in this tale of love and greed. The ‘steam’ between Bogie and Bacall is enough to make this a film buff’s favorite.
Scottfield Theatre Company presents Tuck Everlasting The Musical (October 6-8, 13-15)
What would you do if you had all eternity?
Eleven-year-old Winnie Foster yearns for a life of adventure beyond her white picket fence, but not until she becomes unexpectedly entwined with the Tuck Family does she get more than she could have imagined. When Winnie learns of the magic behind the Tuck’s unending youth, she must fight to protect their secret from those who would do anything for a chance at eternal life. As her adventure unfolds, Winnie faces an extraordinary choice: return to her life, or continue with the Tucks on their infinite journey.
Lili Smith (Julie Andrews) is a beloved British music hall singer, often providing inspiration for the British and French troops and general populace singing rallying patriotic songs. She is also half German - her real last name being Schmidt - and is an undercover German spy, using her feminine wiles on Major William Larrabee (Rock Hudson), a top American pilot flying with the British Royal Flying Corps. (2 hours, 16 minutes)
Johnsmith is one of those artists so often under-recognized – he possesses a genius that cannot be denied, ignored, or overlooked. For the past thirty-plus years, Johnsmith has been sharing his music all across America and abroad. He has become a favorite at festivals, clubs, and house concerts alike. In addition to being a Kerrville New Folk Winner, Johnsmith has released seven solo CDs to rave reviews, leads musical tours to Ireland, teaches songwriting, and has served as a staff songwriter in Nashville.
With his faded jeans, his twinkly blue eyes, and his infectious smile, John immediately connects with audiences. You get the sense of a man who loves his life, his family and friends, and who loves nothing more than sharing that love in song and stories all across this land.
Cinematographer Kirsten Johnson exposes her many years behind the camera through a memoir made up of decades of footage shot all over the world.
The POV Film Series features a distinguished series of independent documentaries broadcast by PBS.
Admission to the POV Film Series is free but registration is required!
Don't miss this opportunity to see one of the world's preeminent violinists in a 201-seat intimate venue! Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Concertmaster Jonathan Carney is a violinist, violist and conductor in his 16th season with the BSO, after 12 seasons as Concertmaster with London's Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. The program will include:
*4 Romantic pieces, Antonin Dvorak
*Sonata in G major, Johannes Brahms
*Sonata in A major, Cesar Franck.
Your ticket includes the rare opportunity for a post-concert Meet & Greet Wine & Cheese Reception with one the world’s greatest!
Progressive Rock, a broad subgenre of rock music, developed in the U.S. and the U.K. in the 1960s. It favors instrumental and compositional techniques usually associated with jazz, folk or classical music.
Frankenweenie - A 2012 ANIMATED FILM FOR AGES 9+. Tim Burton’s creepy take on the Frankenstein myth in a film perfect for tweens! Mildly Scary. Also: Come in your Halloween costumes and get a bag filled with “treats” when you leave.
Free admission for all children under the age of 13 when accompanied by an adult.
Presentation of Artistic Director Nicole A. Martinell’s Matter, Energy, Human, which delves into quantum physics and metaphysical theory, and the solo, Inner Palette, which sifts through the complex layers of one’s psyche.
ED WOOD- Because of his eccentric habits and bafflingly strange films, director Ed Wood (Johnny Depp) is a Hollywood outcast. Nevertheless, with the help of the formerly famous Bela Lugosi and a devoted cast and crew of show-business misfits who believe in Ed's off-kilter vision, the filmmaker is able to bring his oversize dreams to cinematic life. Despite a lack of critical or commercial success, Ed and his friends manage to create an oddly endearing series of extremely low-budget films.( 2 hours, 7 minutes)