Thursday, September 29, 2016

GETTY VILLA, 7;30PM; Exhibitions, Events, and Resources - olgalazin@gmail.com - Gmail

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2 shows found
7:30 PMOutdoor Classical Theater, Getty VillaTickets: $5
Cinema Under the Stars at the Getty Villa: Monty Python's Life of Brian
10/7/2016 7:30 PM
7:30 PM
Outdoor Classical Theater, Getty Villa
Tickets: $5
7:30 PMOutdoor Classical Theater, Getty VillaTickets: $5Director Richard Lester uses the Burt Shevelove/Larry Gelbart/Stephen Sondheim Broadway musical hit as a launching pad for some of his wildest slapstick gaggery. Zero Mostel repeats his stage role as Pseudolus, the cunning Roman slave who'll do anything to win his freedom. The plot hinges on three Roman houses next door to each another. One is the home of Pseudolus' masters: the philandering Senex (Michael Hordern), his domineering wife, Domina (Patricia Jessell), and their handsome but empty-headed son, Hero (Michael Crawford). The second house is a brothel belonging to unctuous procurer Lycus (Phil Silvers). The third house has long been empty, in that its owner, the senile Erronius (Buster Keaton), has gone on a long journey to find his children, who were kidnapped in infancy by pirates. Other principals include Pseudolus' fellow slave, the aptly named Hysterium (Jack Gilford); vain warrior Miles Gloriosus (Leon Greene), who marches triumphantly into Rome declaring "I am a parade!"; and the virginal Philia (Annette Andre), a resident of Lycus' "domicile" who is loved by Hero but who has been promised in marriage to Miles Gloriosus. There are also acrobats, transvestites, a phony funeral, and an outsized climactic chase.
Cinema Under the Stars at the Getty Villa: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
10/8/2016 7:30 PM
7:30 PM
Outdoor Classical Theater, Getty Villa
Tickets: $5

Director Richard Lester uses the Burt Shevelove/Larry Gelbart/Stephen Sondheim Broadway musical hit as a launching pad for some of his wildest slapstick gaggery. Zero Mostel repeats his stage role as Pseudolus, the cunning Roman slave who'll do anything to win his freedom. The plot hinges on three Roman houses next door to each another. One is the home of Pseudolus' masters: the philandering Senex (Michael Hordern), his domineering wife, Domina (Patricia Jessell), and their handsome but empty-headed son, Hero (Michael Crawford). The second house is a brothel belonging to unctuous procurer Lycus (Phil Silvers). The third house has long been empty, in that its owner, the senile Erronius (Buster Keaton), has gone on a long journey to find his children, who were kidnapped in infancy by pirates. Other principals include Pseudolus' fellow slave, the aptly named Hysterium (Jack Gilford); vain warrior Miles Gloriosus (Leon Greene), who marches triumphantly into Rome declaring "I am a parade!"; and the virginal Philia (Annette Andre), a resident of Lycus' "domicile" who is loved by Hero but who has been promised in marriage to Miles Gloriosus. There are also acrobats, transvestites, a phony funeral, and an outsized climactic chase. 
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If Venice Dies
Lecture and Book Signing
November 5, 2016 | 2:00 p.m. | The Getty Center
Join art historian and former GRI Director Salvatore Settis as he discusses his book If Venice Dies and the effects of "hit and run" tourism on historic urban areas. With Venice at the center of his discussion, Settis argues that the city's imperiled existence is indicative of the future of historic cities everywhere, and that Western civilization's prime achievements face ruin from mass tourism and global cultural homogenization.
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