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Jul
11
Athena Cinema, 20 South Court Street, Athens, OH 45701, United States
Where: Athena Cinema, 20 South Court Street, Athens, OH 45701, United States
When: Saturday, Jul 11 3:00 PM
This summer, take a trip around the world and blast off to outer space with the Athena Cinema! join us for free popcorn from Shagbark Seed and Mill, raffle prizes, face painting and more! Today's screening will be A Cat in Paris. Interested in more info on the movie? Check out a trailer at www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7e07c52VWg All proceeds benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Athens County
Jul
25
20 S Court St, Athens, OH 45701, USA
Where: 20 S Court St, Athens, OH 45701, USA
When: Saturday, Jul 25 3:00 PM
In 2015, the Athena Cinema celebrates its 100th Anniversary as one of the nation’s oldest movie theaters. The Athena will be hosting monthly screenings of iconic films through the decades. Join us as we celebrate! Petty thug Michel (Jean-Paul Belmondo) considers himself a suave bad guy in the manner of Humphrey Bogart, but panics and impulsively kills a policeman while driving a stolen car. On the lam, he turns to his aspiring journalist girlfriend, Patricia (Jean Seberg), hiding out in her Paris apartment while he tries to pull together enough money to get the pair to Italy. But when Patricia learns that her boyfriend is being investigated for murder, she begins to question her loyalties. Matinee pricing is $5.00 per ticket and any show happening before 6:00 p.m. is considered a matinee. For more information: http://athenacinema.com/100years/ Contact: kamodya@ohio.edu
Jul
25
Athena Cinema, 20 South Court Street, Athens, OH 45701, United States
Where: Athena Cinema, 20 South Court Street, Athens, OH 45701, United States
When: Saturday, Jul 25 3:00 PM
This summer, take a trip around the world and blast off to outer space with the Athena Cinema! join us for free popcorn from Shagbark Seed and Mill, raffle prizes, face painting and more! Today's screening will be NYICFF, Best of the Fest: Kid Flix Mix (2015–2016). All proceeds benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Athens County
Oct
1
Where:
When: Thursday, Oct 1 7:00 PM
The Movement is an organization for Ohio University students interested in the performance and other presentations of dance and artistic collaborations. The Movement promotes dance as a thriving art at the University and in the Athens community. Shirley Wimmer Dance Theater, Putnam Hall, General Admission: $7.
Oct
2
Where:
When: Friday, Oct 2 7:00 PM
The Movement is an organization for Ohio University students interested in the performance and other presentations of dance and artistic collaborations. The Movement promotes dance as a thriving art at the University and in the Athens community. Shirley Wimmer Dance Theater, Putnam Hall, General Admission: $7.
Oct
3
Where:
When: Saturday, Oct 3 7:00 PM
Oct
14
Where:
When: Wednesday, Oct 14 8:00 PM
Directed by David Haugen We begin the Fall main stage season with this daring response to Homer's The Odyssey in which Penelope recounts her life's story and the murder of her twelve handmaidens by her vengeful husband, Odysseus. Atwood's acerbic wit brings one of history's most powerful myths to the contemporary imagination. A provocative new look at a woman's longing, lust, and culpability.
Oct
15
Where:
When: Thursday, Oct 15 8:00 PM
Directed by David Haugen We begin the Fall main stage season with this daring response to Homer's The Odyssey in which Penelope recounts her life's story and the murder of her twelve handmaidens by her vengeful husband, Odysseus. Atwood's acerbic wit brings one of history's most powerful myths to the contemporary imagination. A provocative new look at a woman's longing, lust, and culpability.
Oct
16
Where: Forum Theater
When: Friday, Oct 16 8:00 PM
directed by David Haugen We begin the Fall main stage season with this daring response to Homer's The Odyssey in which Penelope recounts her life's story and the murder of her twelve handmaidens by her vengeful husband, Odysseus. Atwood's acerbic wit brings one of history's most powerful myths to the contemporary imagination. A provocative new look at a woman's longing, lust, and culpability.