Summermusik: Historical Commentary & Film Screening of Amadeus
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The 1985 winner of eight Academy Awards including Best Picture, Amadeus is a film that Roger Ebert called “magnificent.”
Based on a play by Peter Shaffer, who also wrote the script, the film is set in Vienna during the latter half of the 18th century. It details a fictionalized biography of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and serves as the perfect prelude to our festival closing night which will play tribute to the brilliant composer. Before the show, hear commentary about the film from CCO music director Eckart Preu.
Please be aware: This film is rated R and not appropriate for little movie buffs.
320 Ludlow Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45220
The Esquire Theatre, located in Clifton’s Gaslight District, validates tickets for moviegoers for two hrs. of parking in the “Merchant Lot” on Howell, located one block from Ludlow Ave. (side street off Clifton Ave. — behind the former IGA Grocery Store.) Howell Ave. is parallel to Ludlow Ave.
On-street parking is often available on — or near — Ludlow Ave.
Also, everyone is welcome to use the Valet Parking available in front of La Poste Eatery on Telford St. (just around the corner from the Esquire, off Ludlow). This Valet Service costs $7.00 and is available Fri. & Sat., from 5:30 -10 pm.