Starring Tom Hanks, Emma Thompson & Annie Rose Buckley
Screenings Monday through Thursday, 7 pm;
matinee Tuesday, 1 pm.
In 1961 Mary Poppins author P.L. Travers (Thompson) reluctantly traveled to Los Angeles to meet with the legendary Walt Disney (Hanks) and discuss a possible film version of her books. What followed was a difficult and acrimonious two weeks. Financially in trouble but determined to maintain the integrity of her books, she puts up roadblock after roadblock to Disney’s plans for the film.
NEW DIGITAL PROJECTOR & SOUND SYSTEM … STILL JUST $2 PER TICKET!
Rated PG-13 * running time 1:42
With the vocal talents of Kristen Bell, Josh Gad & Idina Menzel
Screenings Saturday through Thursday, 7 & 9 pm;
matinee Saturday, 1 & 4 pm; Tuesday, 1 pm.
Walt Disney's delightful and enchanting musical tale of two very different sisters and the ultimately redemptive power of their love for each other won this year's Academy Awards for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song ("Let It Go"). The film, with over $1 billion in theater revenue, has also become the highest grossing animated feature of all time.
ALSO AT EDMOND TOWN HALL:
Friday, April 11
In ETH Theatre:The Low Anthem, 7 pm, $20, headlining performance by Providence, R.I.-based indie folk-rock quartet will continue series to fund ongoing renovations for historic building, opening set by Mark Barden and Alternate Universe; www.EdmondTownHall.org.
In ETH Theatre: American String Quartet, 3 pm, tickets $25, free for ages 5-18 with ticket-holding adult, program to include works of Brahms, Haydn and Beethoven, sponsored by Newtown Friends of Music; 203-426-6470, www.NewtownFriendsOfMusic.org.
In Alexandria Room: CiRCUS!, 5-10 pm, $10/advance, $12/door, vendor fair and meet and greet with performers (5-7 pm), followed by showcase of spoken word and musical artists (7-10 pm), presented by Mouthpeace Arts Collaborative, proceeds to benefit MAC and Edmond Town Hall (ongoing renovations); email@example.com, Facebook.com/mouthpeacect.com