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Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Rated: PG-13

Premiere: Thursday, December 14, 7 PM in 3D

Cast: Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Adam Driver, Daisy Ridley, Warwick Davis, Laura Dern, Andy Serkis, Oscar Isaac, Lupita Nyong’o, Benicio Del Toro, Domhnall Gleeson, John Boyega, Gwendoline Christie
Writer/Director: Rian Johnson

In Lucasfilm’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi, the Skywalker saga continues as the heroes of The Force Awakens join the galactic legends in an epic adventure that unlocks age-old mysteries of the Force and shocking revelations of the past.

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Performances are downstairs unless indicated with UP
Premiere Opening: Thursday 12/14, 7 PM in 3D

Fri 12/15 3:30 6:30-3D 8:30-UP 9:30
Sat 12/16 12:30-3D 3:30 6:30 8:30-UP 9:30-3D
Sun 12/17 1:00-3D 4:00 6:00-UP 7:00
Mon & Wed 12/18 & 12/20 4:00 7:00-3D
Tues & Thurs 12/19 & 12/21 4:00-3D 7:00

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The Met Live 2017-18 Season

The Met Live 2017-18 Season

Dec 9: Humperdinck Hansel and Gretel

Jan 27: Puccini, Tosca
Feb 10: Donizetti, L’Elisir d’Amore – 12 PM
Feb 24: Puccini, La Bohème – 12:30 PM
Mar 10: Rossini, Semiramide
Mar 31: Mozart, Così fan tutte
April 14: Verdi, Luisa Miller – 12:30 PM
April 28: Massenet, Cendrillon

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Bolshoi Ballet 2017-18 Season

Bolshoi Ballet 2017-18 Season

December 17: The Nutcracker
Music: Pyotr Tchaikovsky, Choreography: Yuri Grigorovich, Libretto: Yuri Grigorovich

January 21: Romeo and Juliet
Music: Sergei Prokofiev, Choreography: Alexei Ratmansky

February 4: The Lady of the Camellias
Music: Frédéric Chopin, Choreography: John Neumeier, By: Alexandre Dumas

March 4: The Flames of Paris
Music: Boris Asafiev, Choreography: Alexei Ratmansky, Libretto: Nikolai Volkov and Vladimir Dmitriev

April 8: Giselle
Music: Adolphe Adam, Choreography: Yuri Grigorovich, Libretto: Theophile Gautier and Jean-Henry Saint-Georges

June 10: Coppélia
Music: Leo Delibes, Choreography: Sergei Vikharev, Libretto: Charles Nuitter and Arthur Saint-Leon



Exhibition on Screen: Season 5

Exhibition on Screen: Season 5

Tuesday, Jan 23 & Sunday, Jan 28
This film allows up-close access to this 21st-century master and his two recent blockbuster exhibitions held at the Royal Academy of Arts in London. Directed by Phil Grabsky and presented by Tim Marlow.

Tuesday, March 20 & Sunday March 25
One of the most talked-about exhibitions of the year. Dedicated to the portrait work of Paul Cézanne, the exhibition opens in Paris before traveling to London and Washington. Directed by Phil Grabsky.

Tuesday, May 22 & Sunday, June 3
Perhaps more than any other artist, Van Gogh’s life has long captured the imagination of storytellers. Delving deep into his fascinating and sometimes deeply troubled world comes this definitive, award-winning documentary directed by David Bickerstaff.

Tuesday, June 19
Using letters and other private writings I, Claude Monet reveals new insight into the man who not only painted the picture that gave birth to impressionism but who was perhaps the most influential and successful painter of the 19th and early 20th centuries.



Royal Ballet: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

Royal Ballet: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

Wednesday, December 13, 7PM Downstairs
From the Royal Opera House, London

Choreography: Christopher Wheeldon
Music: Joby Talbot
Conductor: Koen Kessels

Christopher Wheeldon’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland burst onto the stage in 2011 in an explosion of colour, stage magic and inventive, sophisticated choreography. Joby Talbot’s score combines contemporary soundworlds with sweeping melodies that gesture to ballet scores of the 19th century. Bob Crowley’s wildly imaginative, eye-popping designs draw on everything from puppetry to projections to make Wonderland wonderfully real.



Bolshoi Ballet: The Nutcracker

Bolshoi Ballet: The Nutcracker

Sunday, December 17 – 12:55 PM

Classic holiday fun for the whole family!

Music: Pyotr Tchaikovsky
Choreography: Yuri Grigorovich
Libretto: Yuri Grigorovich

As the clock strikes midnight on Christmas Eve, Marie’s wooden nutcracker doll comes to life and transforms into a prince! Soon joined by her other toys that have also come to life, Marie and her prince embark on a dreamy unforgettable adventure. A holiday tradition for the whole family, The Nutcracker sweeps the Bolshoi stage for two hours of enchantment and magic. Along with Tchaikovsky’s cherished score and and some of the Bolshoi’s greatest artists, The Nutcracker remains a treasure not to be missed!



YOGA: The Secret of Life: Lecture  - The Photographic Process

YOGA: The Secret of Life: Lecture - The Photographic Process

MIND-BODY-SPIRIT Program Series Closing Event

1.5 hrs

Sunday, January 14 at 1 PM

Francesco Mastalia’s photographs are taken on glass plates using the wet collodion process, a photographic technique dating back to the 1850s. With the use of a large format wooden camera and antique brass lens, glass plates are hand coated to produce one of a kind ambrotype images. The collodion process transcends us to another place, another time. When light and chemistry collide, we enter a mysterious world where art and science meet and the alchemy reveals itself.

In this lecture Francesco Mastalia will introduce the audience to the equipment and explain this fascinating process in depth, and will explain how the technique impacts the final images and informs his creative process.

This event is the last program presented in conjunction with our exhibition YOGA; The Secret of Life which leaves us later this month.



The Opera House

The Opera House

Saturday, January 13, 12:55 PM
Wednesday, January 17, 6:30 PM

A New Documentary that Charts a Momentous Period of Change for The Met and New York City in the 50’s and 60’s from Director, Susan Froemke.

As the Metropolitan Opera launches its 133rd season this fall, a new film by multiple Emmy Award-winning documentary filmmaker Susan Froemke surveys a remarkable period of the company’s rich history and a time of great change for New York. Drawing on rarely seen archival footage, stills, and recent interviews, The Opera House chronicles the creation of the Metropolitan Opera’s storied home of the last 50 years, against the backdrop of the artists, architects, and politicians who shaped the cultural life of New York City in the 50’s and 60’s. Among the notable figures in the film are famed soprano Leontyne Price, who opened the new Met in 1966 in Samuel Barber’s Antony and Cleopatra; Rudolf Bing, the Met’s imperious General Manager who engineered the move from the old house to the new one; Robert Moses, the unstoppable city planner who bulldozed an entire neighborhood to make room for Lincoln Center; and Wallace Harrison, whose quest for architectural glory was never fully realized.



FilmWorks Forum: A Plastic Ocean

FilmWorks Forum: A Plastic Ocean

Presented by Salisbury Forum

Sunday, January 21 – 11:30 AM

When producer Jo Ruxton joined an expedition to the so-called Great Pacific Garbage Patch in the North Pacific Gyre, 1500 miles off the coast of San Francisco, to ascertain its impact and discovered free-floating microplastics instead of an anticipated solid mass that could be contained, Jo knew she had to begin the film that would become A Plastic Ocean.

The problem of plastic pollution is growing exponentially every year; we are producing more than 300 million tons of plastic, half of this is designed for single use, and each year around 8 million tons of it ends up in our oceans. We can solve this problem and we can do it by educating and engaging everyone in a conversation to rethink plastic. Plastic Oceans is working to change the way we deal with plastic waste by challenging society’s perception that this indestructible substance can be treated as ‘disposable’. Plastic Oceans Foundation engages people of all ages, in all social situations, to understand the danger of continuing to perceive plastic to be disposable. Once they become aware of the ultimate threat to human health, it will become a personal choice to prevent plastic waste from entering the environment.

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Exhibition on Screen: David Hockney at The Royal Academy of Arts

Exhibition on Screen: David Hockney at The Royal Academy of Arts

Tuesday, January 23 & Sunday, January 28

Directed by: Phil Grabsky
Presented by: Tim Marlow

This film allows up-close access to this 21st-century master and his two recent blockbuster exhibitions held at the Royal Academy of Arts in London.

“This illuminating documentary portrait details the undimmed curiosity and enthusiasm of the grand old man of British painting…” —THE GUARDIAN

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Met Live: Tosca

Met Live: Tosca

Saturday, January 27th – 7PM

Music by: Giacomo Puccini

Sir David McVicar’s ravishing new production offers a splendid backdrop for two extraordinary sopranos sharing the title role of the jealous prima donna: Sonya Yoncheva and Anna Netrebko.

Vittorio Grigolo and Marcelo Álvarez alternate in the role of Tosca’s revolutionary artist lover Cavaradossi, with Sir Bryn Terfel, Michael Volle, and Željko Lučić as the depraved police chief Scarpia. Emmanuel Villaume and Bertrand de Billy share conducting duties.



TCM Big Screen Classics: The Philadelphia Story

TCM Big Screen Classics: The Philadelphia Story

Cast: Kathryn Hepburn, Cary Grant, James Stewart
Director: George Cukor
Screenplay: Donald Ogden Stewart, Waldo Salt

This classic romantic comedy focuses on Tracy Lord (Katharine Hepburn), a Philadelphia socialite who has split from her husband, C.K. Dexter Haven (Cary Grant), due both to his drinking and to her overly demanding nature. As Tracy prepares to wed the wealthy George Kittredge (John Howard), she crosses paths with both Dexter and prying reporter Macaulay Connor (James Stewart). Unclear about her feelings for all three men, Tracy must decide whom she truly loves.

Winner of the Academy Award for Best Actor 1941 – James Stewart

Includes exclusive insight from TCM host Ben Mankiewicz.



NTLive Encore: Hamlet

NTLive Encore: Hamlet

Thursday, March 8, 7 PM

Starring: Benedict Cumberbatch
Directed by: Lyndsey Turner (Posh, Chimerica)

Cumberbatch, star of BBC’s Sherlock, The Imitation Game, Frankenstein at the National Theatre, takes on the title role of Shakespeare’s classic tragedy.

As a country arms itself for war, a family tears itself apart. Forced to avenge his father’s death but paralyzed by the task ahead, Hamlet rages against the impossibility of his predicament, threatening both his sanity and the security of the state.



RSC Live: Twelfth Night

RSC Live: Twelfth Night

Sunday, March 11 – 1PM

Christopher Luscombe, Director of the ‘glorious’ (Daily Telegraph) Love’s Labour’s Lost and Much Ado About Nothing (2014 and 2016), returns to tackle Shakespeare’s greatest comedy, a brilliantly bittersweet account of “the whirligig of time”, with Adrian Edmondson (Bottom, The Young Ones) in the role of Malvolio and Kara Tointon (ITV’s Mr Selfridge and Sound of Music Live!) in the role of Olivia.

Twelfth Night is a tale of unrequited love – hilarious and heartbreaking. Twins are separated in a shipwreck, and forced to fend for themselves in a strange land. The first twin, Viola, falls in love with Orsino, who dotes on OIivia, who falls for Viola but is idolised by Malvolio. Enter Sebastian, who is the spitting image of his twin sister…



TCM Big Screen Classics: Vertigo

TCM Big Screen Classics: Vertigo

A Special 60th Anniversary Event

Cast: Kim Novak, James Stewart, Barbara Bel Geddes, Tom Helmore, Ellen Corby
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Screenplay: Alec Coppel, Samuel A. Taylor, Maxwell Anderson
Music composed by: Bernard Herrmann

Hitchcock’s romantic story of obsession, manipulation and fear. Considered one of Alfred Hitchcock’s greatest cinematic achievements, Vertigo is a dreamlike thriller from the Master of Suspense. Set in San Francisco, the film creates a dizzying web of mistaken identity, passion and murder after an acrophobic detective (James Stewart) is forced to retire after his fear of heights causes the death of a fellow officer and the girl he was hired to follow. He then rescues a mysterious blonde (Kim Novak) from the bay and sees a double of the girl, causing him to transform her image onto the dead girl’s body. This leads into a cycle of madness and lies as he unravels the secrets of the past to find the key to his future.

Includes exclusive insight from TCM host Eddie Muller.



Nt Live: Julius Caesar

Nt Live: Julius Caesar

by William Shakespeare
Broadcast live from The Bridge Theatre, London.

Thursday, March 22, 2018, 7 PM

Nicholas Hytner directs a new take on the Shakespeare classic

Ben Whishaw (The Danish Girl, Skyfall, Hamlet) and Michelle Fairley (Fortitude, Game of Thrones) play Brutus and Cassius, David Calder (The Lost City of Z) plays Caesar and David Morrissey (Hangmen, The Walking Dead) is Mark Antony.
Caesar returns in triumph to Rome and the people pour out of their homes to celebrate. Alarmed by the autocrat’s popularity, the educated élite conspire to bring him down. After his assassination, civil war erupts on the streets of the capital. Nicholas Hytner’s production will thrust the audience into the street party that greets Caesar’s return, the congress that witnesses his murder, the rally that assembles for his funeral and the chaos that explodes in its wake.



TCM Big Screen Classics: Grease

TCM Big Screen Classics: Grease

A Special 40th Anniversary Event

Cast: John Travolta, Olivia Newton‑John, Stockard Channing, Jeff Conaway, Didi Conn
Director: Randal Kleiser
Screenplay: Allan Carr, Bronte Woodard

Grease is the one that you want! Go back to high school with Pink Lady Sandy, leader of the bad-boy T-Birds, Danny, and a rockin’ and rollin’ all-star cast.

Experience the friendships, romances and adventures of a group of high school kids in the 1950s. Welcome to the singing and dancing world of “Grease,” the most successful movie musical of all time. A wholesome exchange student (Olivia Newton-John) and a leather-clad Danny (John Travolta) have a summer romance, but will it cross clique lines?

Includes exclusive commentary from a TCM Host.



Royal Ballet: The Winter’s Tale

Royal Ballet: The Winter’s Tale

Wednesday, April 18, 7PM
Live from The Royal Opera House, London
Shakespeare’s tale of love and loss becomes compelling dance drama in Christopher Wheeldon’s ballet adaptation, with music by Joby Talbot.

Chorepgraphy: Christopher Wheeldon
Music: Joby Talbot
Conductor: Alondra de la Parra

Christopher Wheeldon, Artistic Associate of The Royal Ballet, created his adaptation of Shakespeare’s late great romance The Winter’s Tale for The Royal Ballet in 2014. Building on the success of Wheeldon’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, The Winter’s Tale received ecstatic praise at its premiere, acclaimed by critics and audiences alike for its intelligent, distinctive and emotionally powerful story, told through exquisite dance. It is now widely judged to be a modern ballet classic.



Royal Ballet: The Age of Anxiety

Royal Ballet: The Age of Anxiety

Wednesday, May 2 – 7PM
WORLD PREMIERE – Live from the Royal Opera House, London
The Royal Ballet celebrates the centenary of Leonard Bernstein’s birth with an all-Bernstein program from Wayne McGregor, Liam Scarlett and Christopher Wheeldon.

Choreography: Wayne McGregor
Music: Leonard Bernstein
Conductor: Koen Kessels

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TCM Big Screen Classics: Sunset Boulevard

TCM Big Screen Classics: Sunset Boulevard

Wednesday, May 16

Cast: Gloria Swanson,
Director: Billy Wilder
Screenplay: Billy Wilder, Charles Brackett, D. M. Marshman Jr.

Gloria Swanson, as Norma Desmond, an aging silent-film queen, and William Holden, as the struggling young screenwriter who is held in thrall by her madness, created two of the screen’s most memorable characters in “Sunset Boulevard.” Winner of three Academy Awards®, director Billy Wilder’s powerful orchestration of the bizarre tale is a true cinematic classic. From the unforgettable opening sequence — a body found floating in a decayed mansion’s swimming pool — through the inevitable unfolding of tragic destiny, “Sunset Boulevard” is the definitive statement on the dark and desperate side of Hollywood. Erich von Stroheim as Desmond’s discoverer, ex-husband and butler, and Nancy Olson as the bright spot amidst unrelenting ominousness, are equally celebrated for their masterful performances.

Includes exclusive insight from Turner Classic Movies.



Royal Ballet: Manon

Royal Ballet: Manon

Wednesday, May 30, 7PM
Kenneth MacMillan’s powerful telling of Manon and Des Grieux’s tragic love is a masterpiece of modern ballet, set to music by Massenet.

Choreography: Kenneth MacMillan
Music: Jules Massenet
Conductor: Martin Yates

Kenneth MacMillan’s source for Manon was the 18th-century French novel by Abbé Prévost, already adapted for opera by Massenet and Puccini. Renowned dance musician Leighton Lucas and his assistant Hilda Gaunt provided a score drawn from across Massenet’s music, including his famous yearning Elégie as the theme for the lovers. The premiere was given on 7 March 1974, with the lead roles of Manon and Des Grieux danced by Antoinette Sibley and Anthony Dowell. The ballet quickly became a staple of The Royal Ballet’s repertory, and a touchstone of adult, dramatic dance.



TCM Big Screen Classics: The Producers

TCM Big Screen Classics: The Producers

A Special 50th Anniversary Event

Cast: Zero Mostel, Gene Wilder, Dick Shawn, Kenneth Mars, Lee Meredith
Writer/Director: Mel Brooks

“I want… I want… I want everything I’ve ever seen in the movies!” Once the King of The Great White Way, Max Bialystock (Zero Mostel) is reduced to romancing old ladies to finance his next flop show. But when nervous accountant Leopold Bloom (Gene Wilder) surmises that more money could be made from a flop than a hit, the next step is to produce the Busby Berkeleyesque musical Springtime for Hitler and to cast stoned-out Flower Child “LSD” (Dick Shawn) in the lead. A surefire flop — or is it? Writer/director Mel Brooks nabbed an Oscar® for Best Original Screenplay of 1968, while his movie skyrocketed from controversial cult comedy to Classic, now on the National Film Registry and umpteen lists of the funniest movies ever made, with Mostel & Wilder considered the greatest comedy team since Laurel & Hardy and The Marx Brothers.

See the restored film from Studiocanal and Rialto Pictures in honor of the 50th anniversary of its release. Includes exclusive insight from Turner Classic Movies.



Royal Ballet: Swan Lake

Royal Ballet: Swan Lake

Wednesday, July 18, 7PM
Live from the Royal Opera House, London
The Royal Ballet presents a new production of Tchaikovsky’s magnificent classical ballet, with additional choreography by Liam Scarlett and designs by John Macfarlane.

Choreography: Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov
Additional choreography: Liam Scarlett and Frederick Ashton
Music: Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky
Conductor: Koen Kessels

Swan Lake was Tchaikovsky’s first score for ballet. Given its status today as arguably the best loved and most admired of all classical ballets, it is perhaps surprising that at its premiere in 1877 Swan Lake was poorly received. It is thanks to the 1895 production by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov that Swan Lake has become part of not only ballet consciousness but also wider popular culture. That success is secured not only by the sublime, symphonic sweep of Tchaikovsky’s score, but also by the striking choreographic contrasts between Petipa’s royal palace scenes and the lyric lakeside scenes created by Ivanov.



TCM Big Screen Classics: The Big Lebowski

TCM Big Screen Classics: The Big Lebowski

A Special 20th Anniversary Event

Cast: Jeff Bridges, John Goodman, Steve Buscemi, Julianne Moore, John Turturro
Writers/Directors: Joel Coen, Ethan Coen

Jeff Bridges plays Jeff Lebowski who insists on being called “the Dude,” a laid-back, easygoing burnout who happens to have the same name as a millionaire whose wife owes a lot of dangerous people a whole bunch of money — resulting in the Dude having his rug soiled, sending him spiraling into the Los Angeles underworld.

The film is loosely inspired by the work of Raymond Chandler. Joel Coen stated: “We wanted to do a Chandler kind of story – how it moves episodically, and deals with the characters trying to unravel a mystery, as well as having a hopelessly complex plot that’s ultimately unimportant.”

The original score was composed by Carter Burwell, a longtime collaborator of the Coen brothers.

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