Special Series

Film Day – Fun Day!

It’s hard to sit still when you are a tiny person! We agree – so we’ve created Film Day – Fun Day! We’re taking out some of the chairs down front and adding play mats for our littlest guests! We’ll keep the house lights at half (so you can see your precious cargo) and show kid-approved films! Hey kids – nobody will shush you, make you sit in your seat, or tell you that you’re having too much fun! Moms and Dads can stop by Brew before the film and enjoy a specialty coffee during the film!

Film Day Fun Day is specifically set aside for parents and their children. This is a fun, interactive film experience that allows kids to enjoy films in ways that connect with them. Expect talking, laughing and playing during the film! You’re welcome to bring toys that do not make noises with you.

All tickets $1 each

February 21 – Charlotte’s Web

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Senior Afternoons

Whether you are part of the senior set or just have the day off – we’re offering matinees screenings!   Thursdays at 2 pm, we’ll screen our favorite films (and some selected just for you)!  Seniors price is $4.00.

March 2 – I Am Not Your Negro

March 9 – Toni Erdmann

March 16 – Saving Banksy

March 23 – 20th Century Women

March 30 – 18th Annual Animation Show of Shows

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Science on Screen

SOS-Logo  Science on Screen® creatively pairs classic, cult, and documentary films with notables from the worlds of science, technology, and medicine. Each film is used as a jumping off point for a speaker to talk about interesting and relevant scientific research or technological advances, providing the perfect combination of entertainment and enlightenment! It’s where the movies and science collide!  

Upcoming Dates:

April 7, 2017 – Jurassic Park / Can dinosaurs be cloned?

Tickets: $10

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Rough Cuts Review

Rough Cuts Review is an open screen night for North Carolina filmmakers. The evening is an opportunity for filmmakers to show Rough Cuts of works-in-progress on the Big Screen, and to engage in conversation with other local filmmakers and the public about the material.  Joe Partin, Cinema Studies professor, will lead the filmmaker and audience members in a respectful discussion about the work.

We accept 15-20 minute submissions of finished films, works-in-progress, and student films. All genres are welcome. Time permitting, we’ll screen longer works but we can’t guarantee individual screening slots over 20-minutes.

To have a film screened as part of an upcoming date contact: Connie Di Grazia.

Upcoming screening dates:

March 21, 2017

 

Theatre Café

Enjoy short, informal, theatre-related presentations followed by engaging discussions with theatre professionals. Grab a drink or snack from BREW at The Cary Theater on your way in! Best suited for adults/young adults.

Tuesday, March 7 | 7–9 p.m. | Free

Licensed Professional Counselor and Registered Drama Therapist Amy Elliott explores how theater improv and storytelling increase capacity to think and respond in the moment, adapt to change, and overcome fear. Listen or share your arts experiences, ask questions, and celebrate the power of the arts.

Tuesday, April 4 | 7–9 p.m. | Free
The Cary Theater
The Neverending Story: Memories and moments of nostalgia adapted into modern and relevant theatrical performances. Applause! Cary Youth Theatre’s Ben Slate shares the process of bringing a childhood classic to the stage in a fresh, new way.

 

 

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