- What's At Edmond Town Hall (full listing including movie listings and special events)
- June 22-28, 2018: "Black Panther," Rally For Humanity and "Jaws"
- June 15-21, 2018: "Dance Fantasy: The Show," "I Feel Pretty," Brainstorm Experience with Jane Pauley and Longest Day/Newtown Bridge Club Fundraiser
- June 8-14, 2018: One-Act Plays Festival, "Evolved" Dance Recitals, NCCB Spring Recitals and "Lady Bird"
- June 1-7, 2018: Lathrop School of Dance Stardust Revue, Rabies Clinic, #WearOrange March & Rally and "Molly's Game"
- May 25-31, 2018: "Game Night," Senior Center Mural Workshops and "The Maltese Falcon"
- May 18-23, 2018: "I Can Only Imagine" and "The Post"
THE 2ND ANNUAL “STILL CRAZY AFTER ALL THESE YEARS!”
ONE-ACT PLAY FESTIVAL
Friday-Sunday, June 8-10 (Alexandria Room): 7:30 pm Friday and Saturday, 2 pm Sunday, $25, eight new one-act plays celebrating senior citizens whose lives have taken new twists and turns, to be performed script-in-hand by professional actors, all appearing courtesy of Actors Equity Association, hosted by The Stray Kats Theatre Company, also June 9-10; 203-514-2221, StrayKatsTheatreCompany.org.
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“EVOLVED: A DANCE RECITAL”
Saturday, June 9 (ETH Theatre): performances 4 and 6 pm, $11, recitals by students of Academy of Dance Arts, Brookfield; edmondtownhall.org.
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NCCB SPRING BALLET:
Sunday, June 10 (Theatre): 12 & 3 pm, free, performances by students of Newtown Centre of Classical Ballet & Voice of ballet by French choreographer Marious Petipa, to music of Ludwig Minkus, suitable for all ages, each performance to include 15-minute intermission, also raffles, refreshments for purchase; 203-241-5362, nccballetandvoice.com.
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SUNDAY, JUNE 10-THURSDAY, JUNE 14
Rated R * running time 1:40
Starring Soairse Ronan, Laurie Metcalf & Tracy Letts
($2 for senior citizens, Tuesday matinee only)
Screenings nightly 7 pm;
matinee Tuesday, 1 pm
A rebellious California Catholic school student (Ronan) spends a life changing senior year in this sweet heartwarming coming-of-age tale. The film received five Academy Award nominations: Best Picture, Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role (Ronan) and Best Performances by an Actress in a Supporting Role (Metcalf), and Best Achievement in Directing and Best Original Screenplay (both for Greta Gerwig, the film’s director and writer).