Renowned Broadway producer/director Julian Marsh is hired to put together a new musical revue. It’s being financed by Abner Dillon to provide a starring vehicle for his girlfriend, songstress Dorothy Brock. Marsh, who is quite ill, is a difficult task master working long hours and continually pushing the cast to do better. When Brock breaks her ankle one of the chorus girls, Peggy Sawyer, gets her big chance to be the star. She also finds romance along the way.
August Theme: Musicals!
Big Screen Cinema offers classic Hollywood titles for all film lovers, a minimum of 6 times per month. Arrive early for pre-screening trivia, and watch for selected post-film facilitated discussion.
Weekly, Wednesdays at 7:15p ($5)
Monthly, second Wednesdays at 4:30p ($4)
Monthly, third Sundays at 2 PM ($5)
The King and I – Aug 9 ∙ 4:30
42nd Street – Aug 9 ∙ 7:15
The Umbrellas of Cherbourg – Aug 16 ∙ 7:15
La La Land – Aug 16 ∙ 9:30
The King and I – Aug 20 ∙ 2:00
Chicago – Aug 23 ∙ 7:15
All That Jazz – Aug 30 ∙ 7:15