Midtown: Please check out the films that we're screening at the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art - we've got cult classics, indies, foreign films, and more, screening more than 100 films a year.
yes, just one screening, although we plan to screen Love Labour's Lost and As You Like It in the spring.
more info on Romeo and Juliet: Dominic Dromgoole’s production brings refreshing clarity to one of Shakespeare’s most famous and best-loved tragedies, drawing out the contemporary relevance of this passionate teenage love story, filmed before a live audience at London’s Globe Theatre. Preceded by a presentation from former Opera Memphis Artistic Director Michael Ching, who returns to Opera Memphis to oversee the world premiere of his newest composition, A Midsummer Night’s Dream - opera a cappella, a collaboration with Playhouse on the Square featuring DeltaCappella as the vocal orchestra. Sponsored by Opera Memphis and Playhouse on the Square. Runtime: 2 hours, 51 minutes. $12 mem/$15 non-mem. To purchase tickets by phone call 901.544.6208.
apologies, Chris, for hijacking your blog!
Amazing! Michael Ching will also be at the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art on Sat, Jan 15 at 2 pm to discuss A Midsummer Night’s Dream and introduce a screening of Romeo & Juliet, filmed at London's Globe Theatre. Call 544-6208 for more info.
By Richard Alley
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