VINCENT: The Life and Death of Vincent van Gogh
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 20TH
Placing a slightly greater emphasis on the person than on the artwork, VINCENT traces the tumultuous and ultimately tragic events of Van Gogh's lifetold through his letters to his brother.
VINCENT was originally released in 1987.
Tickets available at the Esquire box office or online.
Wednesday, 10/7 at 7:30 pm
In this spoof of Mary Shelley's gothic tale, the grandson of Victor Frankenstein, a neurosurgeon, has spent his life living down the legend of his grandfather, even changing the pronunciation of his name. When he discovers his grandfather's diary, he begins to feel differently, and returns to the family castle to satisfy his curiosity by replicating his ancestor's experiments. In the process, he creates one very unique monster.
WHATEVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE
Wednesday, 10/14 at 7:30 pm
As a child, Baby Jane Hudson was the toast of vaudeville. As an adult, however, Baby Jane was overshadowed by her more talented sister, Blanche, who became a top movie star. Then, one night in the early '30s, came the accident, which crippled Blanche for life and which was blamed on a drunken, jealous Jane. Flash-forward to 1962: Jane, decked out in garish chalk-white makeup, still lives with the invalid Blanche in their decaying L.A. mansion. When Jane isn't tormenting the helpless Blanche by serving her dead rats for breakfast, she is plotting and planning her showbiz comeback. Convinced that her days are numbered if she remains in the house with her addlepated sister, Blanche desperately tries to get away, but all avenues of escape are cut off by the deranged Jane.
Tickets are available at the Mariemont box office or online.
EASTGATE BREW & VIEW
Coming October 2015!
FOOD, FUN, FILM!
Next to Jungle Jim’s Eastgate
30 Local & Craft Beers on Tap with Full Menu & Beverages Served at Your Seat.
Spacious Lobby & Bar Area with Outdoor Seating.