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Live at the Met in HD:
The genius director Patrice Chéreau (From the House of the Dead) didn’t live to see his great Elektra production, previously presented in Aix and Milan, make it to the stage of the Met. But his overpowering vision lives on with soprano Nina Stemme—unmatched today in the heroic female roles of Strauss and Wagner—who portrays Elektra’s primal quest for vengeance for the murder of her father, Agamemnon. Legendary mezzo-soprano Waltraud Meier is chilling as Elektra’s fearsome mother, Klytämnestra. Soprano Adrianne Pieczonka and bass-baritone Eric Owens are Elektra’s troubled siblings. Chéreau’s musical collaborator Esa-Pekka Salonen conducts Strauss’s mighty take on Greek myth.
"Joyously heroic..." — New York Times
Cervantes’ eccentric hero Don Quixote leaves on journey full of adventures with his loyal squire Sancho Panza in search of his perfect woman. On the way he meets Kitri, the dazzling daughter of an innkeeper who he thinks might be his ideal love. The Bolshoi's panache and excellence are combined in Fadeyechev’s critically acclaimed staging of this exalting performance with Leon Minkus’ famous score.
Introducing the New York Film Critics Series®. Privately screen the better independent films before they are released. Enjoy live interviews via closed-circuit HD simulcast featuring Peter Travers (Rolling Stone, ABC-TV), the films’ stars and filmmakers
National Theatre Live
Art & Architecture in Cinema
Goya: Visions of Flesh and Blood
Leonardo Da Vinci: The Genius in Milan
Florence and the Uffizi Gallery
Renoir: Reviled and Revered
Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse
Teatro alla Scala: The Temple of Wonders
Saint Peter's and the Papal Basilicas of Rome
Mother's Day at the Lark - Sunday 5/8
This Mother's Day, join us for three great films in appreciation of the mothers we all love.
"Frot's performance, as a woman so caught up in the joy of music that she doesn't quite understand how bad she is, is particularly delightful, and often quite moving."
Violette, a 40-year old workaholic with a career in the fashion industry falls for a provincial computer geek, Jean-Rene, while on a spa retreat with her best friend.
Hello, My Name is Doris
"Sally Field brings a bubbly, misdirected vitality to Hello, My Name is Doris, a cute better-late-than-never romance tailor-made for her talents and lifelong image."
-Roger Moore, Movie Nation
City of Gold
Pulitzer Prize-winning food critic Jonathan Gold shows us a Los Angeles where ethnic cooking is a kaleidoscopic portal to the mysteries of an unwieldy city and the soul of America.
The Lady in the Van
"A delicately written, boisterously performed movie about the difficult people who dare us to care about them."
-Rebecca Keegan, Los Angeles Times
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