Running on Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. starting July 11, the Summer Classics look to present a cross-section of filmic eras. This year, the films come from various moments in the history of musicals. read more
The Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival (NDSF) has announced the casting for its upcoming production of The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice. The flagship production of the 2018 season, Othello will feature stage & screen veteran Esau Pritchett in the title role, with celebrated stage actor Robert Ramirez returning to the NDSF stage as Iago, and featuring Delaney Feener as Desdemona, Maggie Kettering as Emilia, and Paul Hurley as Roderigo. read more
The Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition is the largest and longest-running chamber music competition in the nation and it’s coming to the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center on May 11-13. Over the course of three days, string quartets, piano ensembles, and brass and wind ensembles will compete for $34,000 in prize money, tours, and the right to be called…
In this Establishing Shot episode, Cinema Program Director Ricky Herbst is joined by Sarah Snider to discuss the 8th Annual Michiana Jewish Film Festival which runs May 14-17. The Browning Cinema’s programming wraps up this month and reopens in July with the Summer Classics Series followed by the ANDkids World Film Festival come the beginning of August. read more
The 2018−2019 DeBartolo Performing Arts Center Presenting Series season offers 31 performances by 21 artists in a variety of genres. Events include sacred and a cappella choral music, jazz, a premiere of new music by one of the world’s most distinguished living composers, and audience favorites in popular music, ballet, and family programming. read more
In "Blockers," John Cena, Leslie Mann, and Ike Barinholtz star as the trio who chase their daughters around in a raunchy but rousing story that interrogates sex, teens, and societal expectations surrounding the two. After discovering a sex pact between their three daughters via an opened Messages app on a Mac, the hilarious trio embarks to stop their senior-year girls from sexual womanhood. read more
“Song of Granite” (2017) tells the stirring life story of one of the 20th century’s greatest proponents of traditional Irish music —Seosamh Ó hÉanaí, known locally as Joe Éinniú or Joe Heaney. The film was shown at the Browning Cinema on Thursday, March 22. The event was sponsored by the Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies.