THIS WEEK'S FILM EVENTS

All times are subject to change!! Please check them beforehand!
 
 
Stormy Weather (1943)
Wednesday at 7pm
Stateside at The Paramount
 
That's Entertainment (1974)
Wednesday at 8:35pm
Stateside at The Paramount
 
The Iron Giant (1999)
Saturday at 1pm
Paramount Theatre
 
Sunday at 4:30pm
Paramount Theatre
 
Chinatown (1974)
Saturday at 5:05pm
Sunday at 2pm
Paramount Theatre
 

AUSTIN FILM SOCIETY SCREENINGS:

Sunday at 4pm
AFS at the Marchesa
6226 Middle Fiskville Rd.
 
Sunday at 2pm
AFS at the Marchesa
6226 Middle Fiskville Rd.
 
 
 

 

 
 
Fri. & Sat. at 7pm & 10pm
Alamo Drafthouse Ritz
 
ACTION PACK
Friday at 9:30pm
Alamo Drafthouse Lakeline
 
Friday at 6:30pm & 10:15pm
Saturday at 6:30pm & 10:15pm
Sunday at 6pm
Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar
 
Saturday at 2pm
Sunday at 3:10pm
Alamo Drafthouse Ritz
 
Saturday at 4:30pm
Sunday at 7:15pm
Alamo Slaughter Lane
Sunday at 7pm
Alamo Drafthouse Lakeline

 

Mary Poppins at Bass Concert Hall Print E-mail
Thursday, 12 April 2012 04:34

“Mary Poppins” has hit the stage at the Bass Concert Hall through Sunday. This masterpiece has all the wonderful songs from the Disney film, in addition to many dancing scenes. In this play, everyone's favorite nanny flies in with her umbrella. Mary Poppins goes to work for the Banks family, whose children are terribly unhappy. She changes that very quickly with the use of her magical powers and fun!

This musical will really surprise you with every engaging scene.  With such a magical appeal, the backdrops will completely change while your eyes are gazed on the performers and you won't even know it happened.  You will ask yourself, "when did that change?"  One of those scenes is were Mary Poppins is with Bert, the Chimney Sweeper and the children in the park and they jump into the art canvas into a whole different world and they start singing "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious." That dance number amuses spelling out each letter of this 34 lettered word using their arms and hands.

Broadway Across America's production of Mary Poppins is a combination of the books by P.L. Travers and the Disney film.  I will admit after seeing the film a good dozen times growing up, it's hard not to be biased.  You would be hard-pressed to surpass Dick Van Dyke and Julie Andrews.  The characterization of Mary Poppins is a bit condescending at times, but overall she only wants the best for the Banks family.  Just keep an open mind because you won't get a stage production like this from the film.

Thursday and Friday at 8pm, Saturday at 2 & 8pm, Sunday at 1pm & 6:30pm

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