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O Brother, Where Art Thou?


Part of The Dude Abides: A Weekend of your favorite Coen Brothers Films!

A $1 per ticket Historic Preservation Fee will be added to all tickets purchased. The fee is for the ongoing preservation and maintenance of the Lucas Theatre. Also eligible for use with the Lucas Movie Pass.

Don’t miss Happy Half Hour before each of our movies. From 7-7:30 enjoy half price beer and popcorn specials. Our movies start at the time listed with no previews.



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Raising Arizona


Part of The Dude Abides: A Weekend of your favorite Coen Brothers Films!

A $1 per ticket Historic Preservation Fee will be added to all tickets purchased. The fee is for the ongoing preservation and maintenance of the Lucas Theatre. Also eligible for use with the Lucas Movie Pass.

Don’t miss Happy Half Hour before each of our movies. From 7-7:30 enjoy half price beer and popcorn specials. Our movies start at the time listed with no previews.



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Fargo


Part of The Dude Abides: A Weekend of your favorite Coen Brothers Films!

A $1 per ticket Historic Preservation Fee will be added to all tickets purchased. The fee is for the ongoing preservation and maintenance of the Lucas Theatre. Also eligible for use with the Lucas Movie Pass.

Don’t miss Happy Half Hour before each of our movies. From 7-7:30 enjoy half price beer and popcorn specials. Our movies start at the time listed with no previews.



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SMF and SVF present: Suor Angelica and Gianni Schicchi


Music by Giacomo Puccini
Libretto by Giovacchino Forzano
Directed by Joachim Schamberger
Conducted by Eugene Kohn
Featuring the Savannah Philharmonic

A co-production with Savannah Voice Festival in Celebration of Sherrill Milnes' 80th Birthday

Giacomo Puccini, composer of La Bohème, Tosca and Madame Butterfly, was a leading exponent of Italian "verismo" opera. In the debut of opera at SMF, two of the three one-hour operas from Puccini's Il Trittico: Suor Angelica (a tragedy) and Gianni Schicchi (a comedy), make up an exciting co-production by SMF and the Savannah Voice Festival (SVF), featuring the Savannah Philharmonic and members of its chorus under celebrated opera conductor Eugene Kohn.

Suor Angelica (sung by soprano Verónica Villarroel) is the tragic story of a young royal separated from her son by being exiled in a convent. As she awaits word about her life outside the nunnery, a visit from her Princess Aunt (sung by mezzo-soprano Susan Nicely) sheds light on the divergent paths of either eternal damnation or graceful redemption.

The story of Gianni Schicchi (sung by baritone Mark Delavan) is about family, fortune and a clever man from Florence. A spin-off from Dante's Divine Comedy, the farce centers around the Donati family as they mourn the death of their wealthy uncle, Buoso. Finding he has left his fortune elsewhere, they scheme to recapture his wealth by asking Schicchi to devise a plan. Why should Gianni save them? Because his daughter, Lauretta (sung by Micaëla Oeste), is in love with their nephew!

Sung in Italian with projected English translations, this lavish production comes to life in a virtual set designed and directed by Joachim Schamberger. This special co-production is in honor of Sherrill Milnes' (renowned baritone and Artistic Director of SVF) 80th birthday.



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Lights, Camera…Music!
Beloved Tunes From Stage and Silver Screen


Featuring the best and most recognizable tunes from Broadway and Hollywood, this high-energy concert includes favorites such as Cinema Paradiso, Wicked, selections from Andrew Lloyd Webber, Chariots of Fire, and Rocky.

 

SOLOIST: Mikki Sodergren (soprano) – 2014 American Traditions Competition Gold Medal Winner



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The Little Mermaid


Savannah Ballet Theatre presents an original, work premiere ballet. The Little Mermaid is Hans Christian Andersen's poignant tale about a mermaid who would give up the world she knows for the man she loves. All ages will delight in this timeless tale. Join us after the performance for a character meet and greet that is included in your ticket price!

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1964 - The Tribute




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The Lucas Theatre Movie Pass


Purchase a pass to see great films on the big screen. Bring your pass to the box office and redeem for tickets. You can use it for any film presented by the Lucas Theatre. Tickets are $8 each but this pass costs just $50 and is good for 8 tickets. You can see 8 movies yourself, or bring a group of friends to 1 movie. It’s up to you.

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