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Doubt, a Parable Saturday March 28 2020 at 2:00 PM

Bradenton Kiwanis Theater
× Winner of the 2005 Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award, all the elements come invirgoratingly together like clockwork in John Patrick Shanley's provacative new play, DOUBT, a gripping story of suspicion cast on a preiest's behavior that is less about sandal than about fascinatingly nuanced questions of moral certainty. Rated PG-13

Doubt, a Parable Sunday March 29 2020 at 2:00 PM

Bradenton Kiwanis Theater
× Winner of the 2005 Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award, all the elements come invirgoratingly together like clockwork in John Patrick Shanley's provacative new play, DOUBT, a gripping story of suspicion cast on a preiest's behavior that is less about sandal than about fascinatingly nuanced questions of moral certainty. Rated PG-13

Doubt, a Parable Wednesday April 1 2020 at 7:30 PM

Bradenton Kiwanis Theater
× Winner of the 2005 Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award, all the elements come invirgoratingly together like clockwork in John Patrick Shanley's provacative new play, DOUBT, a gripping story of suspicion cast on a preiest's behavior that is less about sandal than about fascinatingly nuanced questions of moral certainty. Rated PG-13

Doubt, a Parable Thursday April 2 2020 at 7:30 PM

Bradenton Kiwanis Theater
× Winner of the 2005 Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award, all the elements come invirgoratingly together like clockwork in John Patrick Shanley's provacative new play, DOUBT, a gripping story of suspicion cast on a preiest's behavior that is less about sandal than about fascinatingly nuanced questions of moral certainty. Rated PG-13

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown Thursday April 2 2020 at 7:30 PM

Stone Hall
× You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown is a fresh approach to the all-time 1967 classic, based on the beloved comic strip by Charles Schultz. Sally Brown joins Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy, Schroeder and Snoopy in this charming revue of vignettes and songs. Two new songs, "Beethoven Day" and "My New Philosophy,' have been added to the twelve numbers from the original version, which include "My Blanket and Me," "The Baseball Game," Little Known Facts," "Suppertime," and "Happiness". Rated G

Doubt, a Parable Friday April 3 2020 at 8:00 PM

Bradenton Kiwanis Theater
× Winner of the 2005 Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award, all the elements come invirgoratingly together like clockwork in John Patrick Shanley's provacative new play, DOUBT, a gripping story of suspicion cast on a preiest's behavior that is less about sandal than about fascinatingly nuanced questions of moral certainty. Rated PG-13

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown Friday April 3 2020 at 8:00 PM

Stone Hall
× You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown is a fresh approach to the all-time 1967 classic, based on the beloved comic strip by Charles Schultz. Sally Brown joins Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy, Schroeder and Snoopy in this charming revue of vignettes and songs. Two new songs, "Beethoven Day" and "My New Philosophy,' have been added to the twelve numbers from the original version, which include "My Blanket and Me," "The Baseball Game," Little Known Facts," "Suppertime," and "Happiness". Rated G

Doubt, a Parable Saturday April 4 2020 at 8:00 PM

Bradenton Kiwanis Theater
× Winner of the 2005 Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award, all the elements come invirgoratingly together like clockwork in John Patrick Shanley's provacative new play, DOUBT, a gripping story of suspicion cast on a preiest's behavior that is less about sandal than about fascinatingly nuanced questions of moral certainty. Rated PG-13

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown Saturday April 4 2020 at 8:00 PM

Stone Hall
× You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown is a fresh approach to the all-time 1967 classic, based on the beloved comic strip by Charles Schultz. Sally Brown joins Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy, Schroeder and Snoopy in this charming revue of vignettes and songs. Two new songs, "Beethoven Day" and "My New Philosophy,' have been added to the twelve numbers from the original version, which include "My Blanket and Me," "The Baseball Game," Little Known Facts," "Suppertime," and "Happiness". Rated G

Doubt, a Parable Sunday April 5 2020 at 2:00 PM

Bradenton Kiwanis Theater
× Winner of the 2005 Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award, all the elements come invirgoratingly together like clockwork in John Patrick Shanley's provacative new play, DOUBT, a gripping story of suspicion cast on a preiest's behavior that is less about sandal than about fascinatingly nuanced questions of moral certainty. Rated PG-13

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown Sunday April 5 2020 at 2:00 PM

Stone Hall
× You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown is a fresh approach to the all-time 1967 classic, based on the beloved comic strip by Charles Schultz. Sally Brown joins Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy, Schroeder and Snoopy in this charming revue of vignettes and songs. Two new songs, "Beethoven Day" and "My New Philosophy,' have been added to the twelve numbers from the original version, which include "My Blanket and Me," "The Baseball Game," Little Known Facts," "Suppertime," and "Happiness". Rated G

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown Wednesday April 8 2020 at 7:30 PM

Stone Hall
× You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown is a fresh approach to the all-time 1967 classic, based on the beloved comic strip by Charles Schultz. Sally Brown joins Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy, Schroeder and Snoopy in this charming revue of vignettes and songs. Two new songs, "Beethoven Day" and "My New Philosophy,' have been added to the twelve numbers from the original version, which include "My Blanket and Me," "The Baseball Game," Little Known Facts," "Suppertime," and "Happiness". Rated G

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown Thursday April 9 2020 at 7:30 PM

Stone Hall
× You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown is a fresh approach to the all-time 1967 classic, based on the beloved comic strip by Charles Schultz. Sally Brown joins Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy, Schroeder and Snoopy in this charming revue of vignettes and songs. Two new songs, "Beethoven Day" and "My New Philosophy,' have been added to the twelve numbers from the original version, which include "My Blanket and Me," "The Baseball Game," Little Known Facts," "Suppertime," and "Happiness". Rated G

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown Friday April 10 2020 at 8:00 PM

Stone Hall
× You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown is a fresh approach to the all-time 1967 classic, based on the beloved comic strip by Charles Schultz. Sally Brown joins Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy, Schroeder and Snoopy in this charming revue of vignettes and songs. Two new songs, "Beethoven Day" and "My New Philosophy,' have been added to the twelve numbers from the original version, which include "My Blanket and Me," "The Baseball Game," Little Known Facts," "Suppertime," and "Happiness". Rated G

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown Saturday April 11 2020 at 8:00 PM

Stone Hall
× You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown is a fresh approach to the all-time 1967 classic, based on the beloved comic strip by Charles Schultz. Sally Brown joins Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy, Schroeder and Snoopy in this charming revue of vignettes and songs. Two new songs, "Beethoven Day" and "My New Philosophy,' have been added to the twelve numbers from the original version, which include "My Blanket and Me," "The Baseball Game," Little Known Facts," "Suppertime," and "Happiness". Rated G

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown Sunday April 12 2020 at 2:00 PM

Stone Hall
× You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown is a fresh approach to the all-time 1967 classic, based on the beloved comic strip by Charles Schultz. Sally Brown joins Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy, Schroeder and Snoopy in this charming revue of vignettes and songs. Two new songs, "Beethoven Day" and "My New Philosophy,' have been added to the twelve numbers from the original version, which include "My Blanket and Me," "The Baseball Game," Little Known Facts," "Suppertime," and "Happiness". Rated G

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown Wednesday April 15 2020 at 7:30 PM

Stone Hall
× You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown is a fresh approach to the all-time 1967 classic, based on the beloved comic strip by Charles Schultz. Sally Brown joins Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy, Schroeder and Snoopy in this charming revue of vignettes and songs. Two new songs, "Beethoven Day" and "My New Philosophy,' have been added to the twelve numbers from the original version, which include "My Blanket and Me," "The Baseball Game," Little Known Facts," "Suppertime," and "Happiness". Rated G

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown Thursday April 16 2020 at 7:30 PM

Stone Hall
× You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown is a fresh approach to the all-time 1967 classic, based on the beloved comic strip by Charles Schultz. Sally Brown joins Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy, Schroeder and Snoopy in this charming revue of vignettes and songs. Two new songs, "Beethoven Day" and "My New Philosophy,' have been added to the twelve numbers from the original version, which include "My Blanket and Me," "The Baseball Game," Little Known Facts," "Suppertime," and "Happiness". Rated G

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown Friday April 17 2020 at 8:00 PM

Stone Hall
× You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown is a fresh approach to the all-time 1967 classic, based on the beloved comic strip by Charles Schultz. Sally Brown joins Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy, Schroeder and Snoopy in this charming revue of vignettes and songs. Two new songs, "Beethoven Day" and "My New Philosophy,' have been added to the twelve numbers from the original version, which include "My Blanket and Me," "The Baseball Game," Little Known Facts," "Suppertime," and "Happiness". Rated G

Disney's Alice in Wonderland Jr. Saturday April 18 2020 at 2:00 PM

Stone Hall
× Travel down the rabbit hole and join Alice, one of literature’s most beloved heroines, in her madcap adventures. Featuring updated songs from Disney’s thrilling animated motion picture, Disney’s Alice in Wonderland JR. is a fast-paced take on the classic tale.

The ever-curious Alice’s journey begins innocently enough as she chases the White Rabbit. Her adventures become increasingly more strange as she races the Dodo Bird, gets tied up with Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum, raps with a bubble-blowing Caterpillar and beats the Queen of Hearts at her own game!

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown Saturday April 18 2020 at 8:00 PM

Stone Hall
× You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown is a fresh approach to the all-time 1967 classic, based on the beloved comic strip by Charles Schultz. Sally Brown joins Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy, Schroeder and Snoopy in this charming revue of vignettes and songs. Two new songs, "Beethoven Day" and "My New Philosophy,' have been added to the twelve numbers from the original version, which include "My Blanket and Me," "The Baseball Game," Little Known Facts," "Suppertime," and "Happiness". Rated G

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown Sunday April 19 2020 at 2:00 PM

Stone Hall
× You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown is a fresh approach to the all-time 1967 classic, based on the beloved comic strip by Charles Schultz. Sally Brown joins Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy, Schroeder and Snoopy in this charming revue of vignettes and songs. Two new songs, "Beethoven Day" and "My New Philosophy,' have been added to the twelve numbers from the original version, which include "My Blanket and Me," "The Baseball Game," Little Known Facts," "Suppertime," and "Happiness". Rated G

Atlantic City Boys Saturday April 25 2020 at 8:00 PM

Stone Hall
× The Atlantic City boys have wowed audiences from Las Vegas, New York, Cruise Ships, and of course, Atlantic City. They are four dynamic lead singers who lend their world-class vocals to the harmonies of the 60’s singing the hits of The Drifters, The Beach Boys, and Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. Inspired by the hit musical, Jersey Boys, the Atlantic City boys combine smooth dance moves, fun audience participation, and show-stopping numbers to get audiences on their feet show after show! This performance will be in Stone Hall at the Manatee Performing Arts Center

Dancing Lessons Thursday April 30 2020 at 7:30 PM

Bradenton Kiwanis Theater
× Dancing Lessons center on Ever, a young man with Asperger's syndrome, who seeks the instruction of a Broadway dancer to learn enough dancing to survive an awards dinner. The dancer, Senga, however, is recovering from an injury that may stop her dancing career permanently. As their relationship unfolds, they're both caught off-guard by the discoveries--both hilarious and heartwarming--that they make about each other and about themselves. Rated PG

Dancing Lessons Friday May 1 2020 at 8:00 PM

Bradenton Kiwanis Theater
× Dancing Lessons center on Ever, a young man with Asperger's syndrome, who seeks the instruction of a Broadway dancer to learn enough dancing to survive an awards dinner. The dancer, Senga, however, is recovering from an injury that may stop her dancing career permanently. As their relationship unfolds, they're both caught off-guard by the discoveries--both hilarious and heartwarming--that they make about each other and about themselves. Rated PG

Dancing Lessons Saturday May 2 2020 at 8:00 PM

Bradenton Kiwanis Theater
× Dancing Lessons center on Ever, a young man with Asperger's syndrome, who seeks the instruction of a Broadway dancer to learn enough dancing to survive an awards dinner. The dancer, Senga, however, is recovering from an injury that may stop her dancing career permanently. As their relationship unfolds, they're both caught off-guard by the discoveries--both hilarious and heartwarming--that they make about each other and about themselves. Rated PG

Dancing Lessons Sunday May 3 2020 at 2:00 PM

Bradenton Kiwanis Theater
× Dancing Lessons center on Ever, a young man with Asperger's syndrome, who seeks the instruction of a Broadway dancer to learn enough dancing to survive an awards dinner. The dancer, Senga, however, is recovering from an injury that may stop her dancing career permanently. As their relationship unfolds, they're both caught off-guard by the discoveries--both hilarious and heartwarming--that they make about each other and about themselves. Rated PG

Dancing Lessons Thursday May 7 2020 at 7:30 PM

Bradenton Kiwanis Theater
× Dancing Lessons center on Ever, a young man with Asperger's syndrome, who seeks the instruction of a Broadway dancer to learn enough dancing to survive an awards dinner. The dancer, Senga, however, is recovering from an injury that may stop her dancing career permanently. As their relationship unfolds, they're both caught off-guard by the discoveries--both hilarious and heartwarming--that they make about each other and about themselves. Rated PG

TITANIC Thursday May 7 2020 at 7:30 PM

Stone Hall
× The sinking of the Titanic in the early hours of April 15, 1912, remains the quintessential disaster of the twentieth century. A total of 1,517 souls-men, women and children-lost their lives (711 survived). The fact that the finest, largest, strongest ship in the world-called, in fact, the "unsinkable" ship-should have been lost during its maiden voyage is so incredible that, had it not actually happened , no author would have dared to contrive it. But the catastrophe had social ramifications that went far beyond that night's events. For the first time since the beginning of the industrial revolution early in the 19th Century, bigger, faster and stronger did not prove automatically to be better. Suddenly the very essence of "progress" had to be questioned; might the advancement of technology not always be progress? Nor was that the only question arising from the disaster. The accommodations of the ship, divided into 1st, 2nd and 3rd Classes, mirrored almost exactly the class structure (upper, middle, and lower) of the English-speaking world. But when the wide discrepancy between the number of survivors from each of the classes was revealed-all but two of the women in1st Class were saved while 155 women and children from 2nd and 3rd(mostly 3rd) drowned-there was a new, long-overdue scrutiny of the prevailing social system and its values. Rated PG

Dancing Lessons Friday May 8 2020 at 8:00 PM

Bradenton Kiwanis Theater
× Dancing Lessons center on Ever, a young man with Asperger's syndrome, who seeks the instruction of a Broadway dancer to learn enough dancing to survive an awards dinner. The dancer, Senga, however, is recovering from an injury that may stop her dancing career permanently. As their relationship unfolds, they're both caught off-guard by the discoveries--both hilarious and heartwarming--that they make about each other and about themselves. Rated PG

TITANIC Friday May 8 2020 at 8:00 PM

Stone Hall
× The sinking of the Titanic in the early hours of April 15, 1912, remains the quintessential disaster of the twentieth century. A total of 1,517 souls-men, women and children-lost their lives (711 survived). The fact that the finest, largest, strongest ship in the world-called, in fact, the "unsinkable" ship-should have been lost during its maiden voyage is so incredible that, had it not actually happened , no author would have dared to contrive it. But the catastrophe had social ramifications that went far beyond that night's events. For the first time since the beginning of the industrial revolution early in the 19th Century, bigger, faster and stronger did not prove automatically to be better. Suddenly the very essence of "progress" had to be questioned; might the advancement of technology not always be progress? Nor was that the only question arising from the disaster. The accommodations of the ship, divided into 1st, 2nd and 3rd Classes, mirrored almost exactly the class structure (upper, middle, and lower) of the English-speaking world. But when the wide discrepancy between the number of survivors from each of the classes was revealed-all but two of the women in1st Class were saved while 155 women and children from 2nd and 3rd(mostly 3rd) drowned-there was a new, long-overdue scrutiny of the prevailing social system and its values. Rated PG

Dancing Lessons Saturday May 9 2020 at 2:00 PM

Bradenton Kiwanis Theater
× Dancing Lessons center on Ever, a young man with Asperger's syndrome, who seeks the instruction of a Broadway dancer to learn enough dancing to survive an awards dinner. The dancer, Senga, however, is recovering from an injury that may stop her dancing career permanently. As their relationship unfolds, they're both caught off-guard by the discoveries--both hilarious and heartwarming--that they make about each other and about themselves. Rated PG

TITANIC Saturday May 9 2020 at 8:00 PM

Stone Hall
× The sinking of the Titanic in the early hours of April 15, 1912, remains the quintessential disaster of the twentieth century. A total of 1,517 souls-men, women and children-lost their lives (711 survived). The fact that the finest, largest, strongest ship in the world-called, in fact, the "unsinkable" ship-should have been lost during its maiden voyage is so incredible that, had it not actually happened , no author would have dared to contrive it. But the catastrophe had social ramifications that went far beyond that night's events. For the first time since the beginning of the industrial revolution early in the 19th Century, bigger, faster and stronger did not prove automatically to be better. Suddenly the very essence of "progress" had to be questioned; might the advancement of technology not always be progress? Nor was that the only question arising from the disaster. The accommodations of the ship, divided into 1st, 2nd and 3rd Classes, mirrored almost exactly the class structure (upper, middle, and lower) of the English-speaking world. But when the wide discrepancy between the number of survivors from each of the classes was revealed-all but two of the women in1st Class were saved while 155 women and children from 2nd and 3rd(mostly 3rd) drowned-there was a new, long-overdue scrutiny of the prevailing social system and its values. Rated PG

Dancing Lessons Sunday May 10 2020 at 2:00 PM

Bradenton Kiwanis Theater
× Dancing Lessons center on Ever, a young man with Asperger's syndrome, who seeks the instruction of a Broadway dancer to learn enough dancing to survive an awards dinner. The dancer, Senga, however, is recovering from an injury that may stop her dancing career permanently. As their relationship unfolds, they're both caught off-guard by the discoveries--both hilarious and heartwarming--that they make about each other and about themselves. Rated PG

TITANIC Sunday May 10 2020 at 2:00 PM

Stone Hall
× The sinking of the Titanic in the early hours of April 15, 1912, remains the quintessential disaster of the twentieth century. A total of 1,517 souls-men, women and children-lost their lives (711 survived). The fact that the finest, largest, strongest ship in the world-called, in fact, the "unsinkable" ship-should have been lost during its maiden voyage is so incredible that, had it not actually happened , no author would have dared to contrive it. But the catastrophe had social ramifications that went far beyond that night's events. For the first time since the beginning of the industrial revolution early in the 19th Century, bigger, faster and stronger did not prove automatically to be better. Suddenly the very essence of "progress" had to be questioned; might the advancement of technology not always be progress? Nor was that the only question arising from the disaster. The accommodations of the ship, divided into 1st, 2nd and 3rd Classes, mirrored almost exactly the class structure (upper, middle, and lower) of the English-speaking world. But when the wide discrepancy between the number of survivors from each of the classes was revealed-all but two of the women in1st Class were saved while 155 women and children from 2nd and 3rd(mostly 3rd) drowned-there was a new, long-overdue scrutiny of the prevailing social system and its values. Rated PG

Dancing Lessons Wednesday May 13 2020 at 7:30 PM

Bradenton Kiwanis Theater
× Dancing Lessons center on Ever, a young man with Asperger's syndrome, who seeks the instruction of a Broadway dancer to learn enough dancing to survive an awards dinner. The dancer, Senga, however, is recovering from an injury that may stop her dancing career permanently. As their relationship unfolds, they're both caught off-guard by the discoveries--both hilarious and heartwarming--that they make about each other and about themselves. Rated PG

TITANIC Wednesday May 13 2020 at 7:30 PM

Stone Hall
× The sinking of the Titanic in the early hours of April 15, 1912, remains the quintessential disaster of the twentieth century. A total of 1,517 souls-men, women and children-lost their lives (711 survived). The fact that the finest, largest, strongest ship in the world-called, in fact, the "unsinkable" ship-should have been lost during its maiden voyage is so incredible that, had it not actually happened , no author would have dared to contrive it. But the catastrophe had social ramifications that went far beyond that night's events. For the first time since the beginning of the industrial revolution early in the 19th Century, bigger, faster and stronger did not prove automatically to be better. Suddenly the very essence of "progress" had to be questioned; might the advancement of technology not always be progress? Nor was that the only question arising from the disaster. The accommodations of the ship, divided into 1st, 2nd and 3rd Classes, mirrored almost exactly the class structure (upper, middle, and lower) of the English-speaking world. But when the wide discrepancy between the number of survivors from each of the classes was revealed-all but two of the women in1st Class were saved while 155 women and children from 2nd and 3rd(mostly 3rd) drowned-there was a new, long-overdue scrutiny of the prevailing social system and its values. Rated PG

Dancing Lessons Thursday May 14 2020 at 7:30 PM

Bradenton Kiwanis Theater
× Dancing Lessons center on Ever, a young man with Asperger's syndrome, who seeks the instruction of a Broadway dancer to learn enough dancing to survive an awards dinner. The dancer, Senga, however, is recovering from an injury that may stop her dancing career permanently. As their relationship unfolds, they're both caught off-guard by the discoveries--both hilarious and heartwarming--that they make about each other and about themselves. Rated PG

TITANIC Thursday May 14 2020 at 7:30 PM

Stone Hall
× The sinking of the Titanic in the early hours of April 15, 1912, remains the quintessential disaster of the twentieth century. A total of 1,517 souls-men, women and children-lost their lives (711 survived). The fact that the finest, largest, strongest ship in the world-called, in fact, the "unsinkable" ship-should have been lost during its maiden voyage is so incredible that, had it not actually happened , no author would have dared to contrive it. But the catastrophe had social ramifications that went far beyond that night's events. For the first time since the beginning of the industrial revolution early in the 19th Century, bigger, faster and stronger did not prove automatically to be better. Suddenly the very essence of "progress" had to be questioned; might the advancement of technology not always be progress? Nor was that the only question arising from the disaster. The accommodations of the ship, divided into 1st, 2nd and 3rd Classes, mirrored almost exactly the class structure (upper, middle, and lower) of the English-speaking world. But when the wide discrepancy between the number of survivors from each of the classes was revealed-all but two of the women in1st Class were saved while 155 women and children from 2nd and 3rd(mostly 3rd) drowned-there was a new, long-overdue scrutiny of the prevailing social system and its values. Rated PG

Dancing Lessons Friday May 15 2020 at 8:00 PM

Bradenton Kiwanis Theater
× Dancing Lessons center on Ever, a young man with Asperger's syndrome, who seeks the instruction of a Broadway dancer to learn enough dancing to survive an awards dinner. The dancer, Senga, however, is recovering from an injury that may stop her dancing career permanently. As their relationship unfolds, they're both caught off-guard by the discoveries--both hilarious and heartwarming--that they make about each other and about themselves. Rated PG

TITANIC Friday May 15 2020 at 8:00 PM

Stone Hall
× The sinking of the Titanic in the early hours of April 15, 1912, remains the quintessential disaster of the twentieth century. A total of 1,517 souls-men, women and children-lost their lives (711 survived). The fact that the finest, largest, strongest ship in the world-called, in fact, the "unsinkable" ship-should have been lost during its maiden voyage is so incredible that, had it not actually happened , no author would have dared to contrive it. But the catastrophe had social ramifications that went far beyond that night's events. For the first time since the beginning of the industrial revolution early in the 19th Century, bigger, faster and stronger did not prove automatically to be better. Suddenly the very essence of "progress" had to be questioned; might the advancement of technology not always be progress? Nor was that the only question arising from the disaster. The accommodations of the ship, divided into 1st, 2nd and 3rd Classes, mirrored almost exactly the class structure (upper, middle, and lower) of the English-speaking world. But when the wide discrepancy between the number of survivors from each of the classes was revealed-all but two of the women in1st Class were saved while 155 women and children from 2nd and 3rd(mostly 3rd) drowned-there was a new, long-overdue scrutiny of the prevailing social system and its values. Rated PG

Dancing Lessons Saturday May 16 2020 at 8:00 PM

Bradenton Kiwanis Theater
× Dancing Lessons center on Ever, a young man with Asperger's syndrome, who seeks the instruction of a Broadway dancer to learn enough dancing to survive an awards dinner. The dancer, Senga, however, is recovering from an injury that may stop her dancing career permanently. As their relationship unfolds, they're both caught off-guard by the discoveries--both hilarious and heartwarming--that they make about each other and about themselves. Rated PG

TITANIC Saturday May 16 2020 at 8:00 PM

Stone Hall
× The sinking of the Titanic in the early hours of April 15, 1912, remains the quintessential disaster of the twentieth century. A total of 1,517 souls-men, women and children-lost their lives (711 survived). The fact that the finest, largest, strongest ship in the world-called, in fact, the "unsinkable" ship-should have been lost during its maiden voyage is so incredible that, had it not actually happened , no author would have dared to contrive it. But the catastrophe had social ramifications that went far beyond that night's events. For the first time since the beginning of the industrial revolution early in the 19th Century, bigger, faster and stronger did not prove automatically to be better. Suddenly the very essence of "progress" had to be questioned; might the advancement of technology not always be progress? Nor was that the only question arising from the disaster. The accommodations of the ship, divided into 1st, 2nd and 3rd Classes, mirrored almost exactly the class structure (upper, middle, and lower) of the English-speaking world. But when the wide discrepancy between the number of survivors from each of the classes was revealed-all but two of the women in1st Class were saved while 155 women and children from 2nd and 3rd(mostly 3rd) drowned-there was a new, long-overdue scrutiny of the prevailing social system and its values. Rated PG

Dancing Lessons Sunday May 17 2020 at 2:00 PM

Bradenton Kiwanis Theater
× Dancing Lessons center on Ever, a young man with Asperger's syndrome, who seeks the instruction of a Broadway dancer to learn enough dancing to survive an awards dinner. The dancer, Senga, however, is recovering from an injury that may stop her dancing career permanently. As their relationship unfolds, they're both caught off-guard by the discoveries--both hilarious and heartwarming--that they make about each other and about themselves. Rated PG

TITANIC Sunday May 17 2020 at 2:00 PM

Stone Hall
× The sinking of the Titanic in the early hours of April 15, 1912, remains the quintessential disaster of the twentieth century. A total of 1,517 souls-men, women and children-lost their lives (711 survived). The fact that the finest, largest, strongest ship in the world-called, in fact, the "unsinkable" ship-should have been lost during its maiden voyage is so incredible that, had it not actually happened , no author would have dared to contrive it. But the catastrophe had social ramifications that went far beyond that night's events. For the first time since the beginning of the industrial revolution early in the 19th Century, bigger, faster and stronger did not prove automatically to be better. Suddenly the very essence of "progress" had to be questioned; might the advancement of technology not always be progress? Nor was that the only question arising from the disaster. The accommodations of the ship, divided into 1st, 2nd and 3rd Classes, mirrored almost exactly the class structure (upper, middle, and lower) of the English-speaking world. But when the wide discrepancy between the number of survivors from each of the classes was revealed-all but two of the women in1st Class were saved while 155 women and children from 2nd and 3rd(mostly 3rd) drowned-there was a new, long-overdue scrutiny of the prevailing social system and its values. Rated PG

TITANIC Wednesday May 20 2020 at 7:30 PM

Stone Hall
× The sinking of the Titanic in the early hours of April 15, 1912, remains the quintessential disaster of the twentieth century. A total of 1,517 souls-men, women and children-lost their lives (711 survived). The fact that the finest, largest, strongest ship in the world-called, in fact, the "unsinkable" ship-should have been lost during its maiden voyage is so incredible that, had it not actually happened , no author would have dared to contrive it. But the catastrophe had social ramifications that went far beyond that night's events. For the first time since the beginning of the industrial revolution early in the 19th Century, bigger, faster and stronger did not prove automatically to be better. Suddenly the very essence of "progress" had to be questioned; might the advancement of technology not always be progress? Nor was that the only question arising from the disaster. The accommodations of the ship, divided into 1st, 2nd and 3rd Classes, mirrored almost exactly the class structure (upper, middle, and lower) of the English-speaking world. But when the wide discrepancy between the number of survivors from each of the classes was revealed-all but two of the women in1st Class were saved while 155 women and children from 2nd and 3rd(mostly 3rd) drowned-there was a new, long-overdue scrutiny of the prevailing social system and its values. Rated PG

TITANIC Thursday May 21 2020 at 7:30 PM

Stone Hall
× The sinking of the Titanic in the early hours of April 15, 1912, remains the quintessential disaster of the twentieth century. A total of 1,517 souls-men, women and children-lost their lives (711 survived). The fact that the finest, largest, strongest ship in the world-called, in fact, the "unsinkable" ship-should have been lost during its maiden voyage is so incredible that, had it not actually happened , no author would have dared to contrive it. But the catastrophe had social ramifications that went far beyond that night's events. For the first time since the beginning of the industrial revolution early in the 19th Century, bigger, faster and stronger did not prove automatically to be better. Suddenly the very essence of "progress" had to be questioned; might the advancement of technology not always be progress? Nor was that the only question arising from the disaster. The accommodations of the ship, divided into 1st, 2nd and 3rd Classes, mirrored almost exactly the class structure (upper, middle, and lower) of the English-speaking world. But when the wide discrepancy between the number of survivors from each of the classes was revealed-all but two of the women in1st Class were saved while 155 women and children from 2nd and 3rd(mostly 3rd) drowned-there was a new, long-overdue scrutiny of the prevailing social system and its values. Rated PG

TITANIC Friday May 22 2020 at 8:00 PM

Stone Hall
× The sinking of the Titanic in the early hours of April 15, 1912, remains the quintessential disaster of the twentieth century. A total of 1,517 souls-men, women and children-lost their lives (711 survived). The fact that the finest, largest, strongest ship in the world-called, in fact, the "unsinkable" ship-should have been lost during its maiden voyage is so incredible that, had it not actually happened , no author would have dared to contrive it. But the catastrophe had social ramifications that went far beyond that night's events. For the first time since the beginning of the industrial revolution early in the 19th Century, bigger, faster and stronger did not prove automatically to be better. Suddenly the very essence of "progress" had to be questioned; might the advancement of technology not always be progress? Nor was that the only question arising from the disaster. The accommodations of the ship, divided into 1st, 2nd and 3rd Classes, mirrored almost exactly the class structure (upper, middle, and lower) of the English-speaking world. But when the wide discrepancy between the number of survivors from each of the classes was revealed-all but two of the women in1st Class were saved while 155 women and children from 2nd and 3rd(mostly 3rd) drowned-there was a new, long-overdue scrutiny of the prevailing social system and its values. Rated PG

TITANIC Saturday May 23 2020 at 8:00 PM

Stone Hall
× The sinking of the Titanic in the early hours of April 15, 1912, remains the quintessential disaster of the twentieth century. A total of 1,517 souls-men, women and children-lost their lives (711 survived). The fact that the finest, largest, strongest ship in the world-called, in fact, the "unsinkable" ship-should have been lost during its maiden voyage is so incredible that, had it not actually happened , no author would have dared to contrive it. But the catastrophe had social ramifications that went far beyond that night's events. For the first time since the beginning of the industrial revolution early in the 19th Century, bigger, faster and stronger did not prove automatically to be better. Suddenly the very essence of "progress" had to be questioned; might the advancement of technology not always be progress? Nor was that the only question arising from the disaster. The accommodations of the ship, divided into 1st, 2nd and 3rd Classes, mirrored almost exactly the class structure (upper, middle, and lower) of the English-speaking world. But when the wide discrepancy between the number of survivors from each of the classes was revealed-all but two of the women in1st Class were saved while 155 women and children from 2nd and 3rd(mostly 3rd) drowned-there was a new, long-overdue scrutiny of the prevailing social system and its values. Rated PG

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