Godzilla: The Japanese Original (1954)
Classics at the Browning
Friday, October 31, 2014, 7:30 PM
Friday, October 31, 2014, 9:45 PM
Directed by Ishiro Honda
With Akira Takarada, Momoko Kochi,
Akihiko Hirata, Takashi Shimura
Not Rated, 98 minutes, DCP
Japanese with English subtitles
Atomic anxiety rises from the ocean in the form of Godzilla, the monster of all monsters who threatens to destroy Tokyo. Long available in the U.S. only in a truncated dubbed version, this Japanese language version restored for the film’s 60th anniversary preserves both the film’s subtle humor and trenchant antinuclear themes.
Free for ND students.
Notre Dame Symphony Orchestra
Department of Music
Friday, October 31, 2014, 8:00 PM
The Notre Dame Symphony Orchestra presents its annual fall concert. Family friendly, all ages welcome.
Beethoven: Symphony no. 8
Berlioz: "Symphonie Fantastique" selections
Stravinsky: "Firebird" Suite
The Met: Live in HD
Saturday, November 1, 2014, 1:00 PM
Saturday, November 8, 2014, 1:00 PM
Richard Eyre’s mesmerizing production of Bizet’s steamy melodrama returns with mezzo-soprano Anita Rachvelishvili singing her signature role of the ill-fated gypsy temptress. Aleksandrs Antonenko plays her desperate lover, the soldier Don José, and Ildar Abdrazakov is the swaggering bullfighter, Escamillo, who comes between them. Pablo Heras-Casado conducts the irresistible score, which features one beloved and instantly recognizable melody after another. 218 minutes.
Cousin Jules (1972/2013)
Saturday, November 1, 2014, 6:30 PM
Directed by Dominique Benicheti
Not Rated, 91 minutes, DCP
French with English subtitles
An ode to the simple pleasures of life, Cousin Jules is a beautiful, immersive portrait of a blacksmith living with his wife on a small farm in the French countryside. Shot in CinemaScope, the film meticulously captures their daily rituals and transforms it into a bucolic symphony of sound and image. Lost for nearly 40 years and now exquisitely restored, Cousin Jules is a timeless masterpiece.
L.A. Theatre Works: In the Heat of the Night
Saturday, November 1, 2014, 7:30 PM
Susan Albert Loewenberg, producing director
Adapted by Matt Pelfrey
This gripping murder mystery novel set in a small Southern
town became an Oscar-winning film and an Emmy Award-winning television show. Best for ages 13+. Strong language advisory. Simulated gun shots will be heard. ASL will be provided.
When the body of a wealthy white man is discovered police
arrest a black stranger passing through town, only to learn that Virgil Tibbs
is a respected homicide detective. Tibbs reluctantly finds himself working with
the chief of police to solve the murder, while wrestling with the fear, hatred,
and prejudices prevalent in the deep South in the 1960s.
The role of Virgil Tibbs is played by the young up and coming actor Ryan Vincent Anderson. The production also stars a great mix of actors with stage, film, and TV credits. Included is TV and film star Tom Virtue (Even Stevens, The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Charmed, Entourage, Two and a Half Men, Iron Man 3 and many more). Also in the cast are Michael Hammond whose credits include the Shakespeare Theatre DC and the Williamstown Theatre Festival and Travis Johns, a frequent guest star on TV (Nip/Tuck, Days of Our Lives, Ray Donovan, The Mentalist and more). Kalen Harriman and L.A. Theatre Works stalwart, Darren Richardson, whose distinctive voice has been heard in a wide array of films from Pirates of the Caribbean to X-Men are also in the cast.
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