Sunday Summer Cinema: Dancing in the Streets

June 10–October 14, 2018

This series of family-friendly dance films on our outdoor LED screen will have you moving and grooving all summer!

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  • Singin' in the Rain

  • The Red Shoes

  • West Side Story

  • The Young Girls of Rochefort

  • Step

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  • West Side Story

    Robert Wise, Jerome Robbins
    United States, 1961

    Digital Restoration

    Free on the outdoor screen!

     

    • Sunday, September 9 4 PM

    Sharks and Jets sing, dance, and rumble their way through the streets and back alleys of late-fifties NYC in a dizzying rush of youth that knows no bounds.

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  • The Young Girls of Rochefort

    Jacques Demy
    France, 1967

    Digital Restoration

    Free on the outdoor screen!

     

    • Sunday, October 14 4 PM

    Catherine Deneuve and sister Françoise Dorléac are twins lifted out of their small-town reveries by a troupe of wandering entertainers led by Mr. American in Paris himself, Gene Kelly. "Not merely charming or amusing, but profoundly moving" (Sight and Sound).

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Past Films

  • Step

    • Sunday, August 12 4 PM
    Amanda Lipitz
    United States, 2017

    Free on the outdoor screen!

    This entertaining and heartwarming documentary follows three members of Baltimore’s Lethal Ladies step team as they find motivation and empowerment in stepping—a dance style that combines gymnastics, tap, and hip-hop.

  • The Red Shoes

    • Sunday, July 8 4 PM
    Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger
    United Kingdom, 1948

    Digital Restoration
    Free on the outdoor screen!

    Ballerina Moira Shearer must choose between love and art in this ravishing melodrama, which Martin Scorsese called “one of the most beautiful Technicolor films ever made.”

  • Singin' in the Rain

    • Sunday, June 10 4 PM
    Stanley Donen, Gene Kelly
    United States, 1952

    Digital Restoration
    Free on the outdoor screen!

    In this vastly entertaining film, Gene Kelly is brilliant as the silent star who connives to pull his pathetic partner Jean Hagen into the world of sound by sidestepping the talkies altogether and inventing the musical, where Debbie Reynolds can do the singing offscreen.