Cinema Theatre

Wit

“Death, be not proud, though some have callèd thee Mighty and dreadful, for thou art not so;” John Donne Wit, on the surface, is a straight-forward play about one woman’s battle with cancer – insidious advanced metastatic ovarian cancer, to be exact. It is a tragi-comedy of sorts. As the lead character, Vivian Bearing, Ph.D. (Tandy Cronyn), informs the audience during her first monologue, “I think I die in the end.” For the next 90+ intermissionless minutes the audience is…

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Mercy Streets A Great Halloween Alternative

Halloween will see two different approaches to film marketing as Providence Entertainment, the movie distributor and marketer responsible for bringing last year’s sleeper hit, The Omega Code, to theaters and to national notoriety, has elected to open its newest film on Halloween, October 31. Mercy Streets, produced by Signal Hill Pictures, stars David White, Eric Roberts, Stacy Keach, Lawrence “L.T” Taylor, Shiek Mahmud-Bey, Cynthia Watros and Robert La Sardo. The film is directed by Jon Gunn. The soundtrack CD is…

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As You Like It: Shakespeare In The Park

A man of the world who, notoriously or not, was one of the translators of the Bible for King James is the subject here. In most of his plays that have transcended the ages almost as well as Bible literature, he uses scripture passages very often biblical themes, and varying degrees of Christian characters. William Shakespeare knew Scripture well enough to finesse it into his playwriting. He had a grand sweeping view relating wide experiences of life. His sonnets reveal…

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