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October/Mid-November 2022: The Music Hall's Digital Magazine

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Classic Hollywood: Films of '62: The Miracle Worker Classics on Chestnut

Classic Hollywood: Films of ’62: The Miracle Worker

When I was a child, my mother’s Aunt Irene would sometimes visit us. Irene was deaf, but she communicated by reading lips and speaking in what sounded like French to my young ears. Mom, who had grown up around Irene, could understand her perfectly. I felt as if I needed those headsets that U.N. delegates wear so translators can interpret the proceedings in the listener’s native tongue. Read More Read More
Watch Oscar Nominated Films with Us! Film

Watch Oscar Nominated Films with Us!

The Oscar noms are here! And if you’ve been to The Music Hall for a movie in the last year, you’ve likely caught a screening of a nominated film. Telluride by the Sea darling The Power of the Dog got 12 nominations, and fellow TBTS titles The Lost Daughter and The Hand of God also got some Oscar love. Read More Read More
Returning to Fun and Film Film

Returning to Fun and Film

This past year with the pandemic, we have suffered the loss of traditions, human contact, and interaction.  I know personally not being able to see the holiday production The Music Hall and Ogunquit Playhouse put on each year was disappointing; my mom and I see the show each year for my birthday. Read More Read More
Movies Move Us Film

Movies Move Us

Seeing commercials and trailers for upcoming films—once again with that familiar phrase “in theaters soon”—has brightened my spirits. Don’t get me wrong. I’ve appreciated watching many a movie from the comfort of my couch. But it’s just not the same as seeing it on the big screen with an audience. Read More Read More
Classic Hollywood: Broadway to Big Screen Classics Classics on Chestnut

Classic Hollywood: Broadway to Big Screen Classics

Art imitates art pretty frequently on stage and screen. It’s as if one business is the farm team for the other, with constant talent trades, back and forth – whether you’re talking actors, writers, directors, or composers. Hollywood takes material from Broadway and turns it into a movie. Broadway lifts stories from film and re-imagines them for the theater. Read More Read More

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