Disney’s Beauty and the Beast

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Rated PG            2 hours 10 minutes

Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” is a live-action re-telling of the studio’s animated classic which refashions the classic characters from the tale as old as time for a contemporary audience, staying true to the original music while updating the score with several new songs. “Beauty and the Beast” is the fantastic journey of Belle, a bright, beautiful and independent young woman who is taken prisoner by a beast in his castle. Despite her fears, she befriends the castle’s enchanted staff and learns to look beyond the Beast’s hideous exterior and realize the kind heart and soul of the true Prince within. The film stars: Emma Watson as Belle; Dan Stevens as the Beast; Luke Evans as Gaston, the handsome, but shallow villager who woos Belle; Oscar (R) winner Kevin Kline as Maurice, Belle’s eccentric, but lovable father; Josh Gad as Lefou, Gaston’s long-suffering aide-de-camp; Golden Globe (R) nominee Ewan McGregor as Lumiere, the candelabra; Oscar nominee Stanley Tucci as Maestro Cadenza, the harpsichord; Oscar nominee Ian McKellen as Cogsworth, the mantel clock; and two-time Academy Award (R) winner Emma Thompson as the teapot, Mrs. Potts. Directed by Oscar (R) winner Bill Condon based on the 1991 animated film, “Beauty and the Beast” is produced by Mandeville Films’ David Hoberman and Todd Lieberman, with eight-time Oscar-winning composer Alan Menken, who won two Academy Awards (R) (Best Original Score and Best Song) for the 1991 animated film, providing the score, which will include new recordings of the original songs written by Menken and Howard Ashman, as well as several new songs written by Menken and three-time Oscar winner Tim Rice.


NTL Amadeus

National Theatre Live:Amadeus Thursday March 30th 7:30pm & Sunday April 2nd 1:00pm

Music. Power. Jealousy.

Lucian Msamati (Luther, Game of Thrones, NT Live: The Comedy of Errors) plays Salieri in Peter Shaffer’s iconic play, broadcast live from the National Theatre, and with live orchestral accompaniment by Southbank Sinfonia.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, a rowdy young prodigy, arrives in Vienna, the music capital of the world – and he’s determined to make a splash. Awestruck by his genius, court composer Antonio Salieri has the power to promote his talent or destroy his name. Seized by obsessive jealousy he begins a war with Mozart, with music, and ultimately, with God.

After winning multiple Olivier and Tony Awards when it had its premiere at the National Theatre in 1979, Amadeus was adapted into an Academy Award-winning fil

Greentech and Backbone Present 1984

April 4th at 6:00pm. Tickets $9/ $8

In a totalitarian future society, a man whose daily work is rewriting history tries to rebel by falling in love. Resist Together at Vashon Theatre.

Director: Michael Radford

Writers: George Orwell (novel), Michael Radford


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Bolshoi Ballet: A Contemporary Evening

Sunday, April 9 at 1:00pm

For one evening, the Bolshoi takes on a new challenge with audacity in Hans Van Manen’s Frank Bridge’s Variations, Sol León and Paul Lightfoot’s Short Time Together and Alexei Ratmansky’s Russian Seasons. This encounter between some of the best dancers in the world and masters of contemporary choreography results in an outstanding synthesis of bringing Van Manen’s formal beauty, León and Lightfoot’s intensity, and Ratmansky’s witty brilliance to a new level.

Music: Benjamin Britten, Max Richter, Ludwig van Beethoven, Leonid Desyatnikov

Choreography: Hans Van Manen, Sol León, Paul Lightfoot, Alexei Ratmansky

Cast: The Bolshoi Principals, Soloists and Corps de Ballet

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The Artist’s Garden: American Impressio

Sunday, April 23- 2:00pm

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From EXHIBITION ON SCREEN, the creators of Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse,
comes a new film exploring how the relationship between art and gardening blossomed across the
The Artist’s Garden tells the intertwining stories of American Impressionism and The Garden
Movement which flourished between 1887–1920. Both movements responded to rapid social change
brought about by America’s industrialisation. With increasing urbanisation prompting the emerging
middle-class to seek refuge in the suburbs, they began to spend their free time and wealth
cultivating impressive private gardens.
When French art dealer Paul Durand-Ruel brought a selection of impressionist paintings to New
York in 1886, he changed the course of art in America entirely. Many American artists, inspired by
what they saw, made the pilgrimage to study in Monet’s Giverny, and were keen to employ their
experience to capture America’s own unique landscapes. In doing so, they captured a unique
moment in America’s history – a snapshot of a nation transitioning from a land of agriculture to a land
of industry.
The Artist’s Garden follows the sell-out exhibition The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism and
the Garden Movement, 1887-1920, on its journey from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts to
the ‘home’ of the movement – Florence Griswold’s colony at Old Lyme. Famed as a “place for high
thinking and low living”, the colony attracted a host of influential painters including Henry Ward
Ranger and Willard Metcalf.

Macbeth-Stratford Festival

Tuesday May 2, 2017- 7:00pm- $15/ $14

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All hail Macbeth! Join us in cinemas nationwide and watch Macbeth claw his way to power in the stark world of the 11th century. Returning from victory on the battlefield where they have helped crush a rebellion against King Duncan of Scotland, the warriors Macbeth and Banquo are accosted by three mysterious women. These weird sisters greet Macbeth as Thane of Cawdor – a title belonging to one of the vanquished rebels – and predict he will subsequently become king. When Duncan quickly rewards Macbeth with the executed Cawdor’s title, Macbeth – with the encouragement of his ambitious wife – begins to contemplate fulfilling the second part of the sisters’ prophecy by taking his destiny into his own murderous hands.

SpectiCast and the Stratford Festival are proud to present Antoni Cimolino’s chilling production of Macbeth. It has been praised as “a thrilling terror,” (Globe and Mail) “a bold and brutal take on the Scottish King’s tragic tale” (Toronto Star), and “a brilliant, terrifying show” that leaves people “gasping in the dark” (Chicago Tribune). Starring Ian Lake in “a galvanizing performance as an unusually young and sexually magnetic Macbeth” (New York Times) and Krystin Pellerin as “a standout Lady Macbeth … at once adorable yet devious” (Postmedia), this is a production that will haunt your dreams and leave you tingling.