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Family Dinner Comedy Troupe does whatever it takes to make you laugh.

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Friday September 4, 2015

Family Dinner Improv Comedy Night

Family Dinner Comedy Troupe does whatever it takes to make you laugh.

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Family Dinner Comedy Troupe Improv Comedy Night

This show is the equivalent of Rated R. 17 and older please.

From those jerks who brought you Spoof Night! with Films at Manship comes a brand new Improv Show.

Hang out with Baton Rouge's premier comedy troupe in our Hartley/Vey Studio Theatre for some live Improv Games. We have no idea what to expect, but there is only one way to find out.

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Show Date

Friday September 4, 2015

Show Time

7:30pm

Ticket Price

a mere $5




Wednesday September 9, 2015

Film Loungue Series Presents: FRENCH CANCAN

with Capital City Grill

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The Film Lounge Series in Hartley/Vey Studio Theatre
Our newest and most unique screening experience, equipped with brand new big screen, lounge furniture, cabaret tables, and a full service bar all in one room. Plus servers from our neighbors at Capital City Grill will be on-hand throughout the film taking food orders and delivering them right to your seat!

FRENCH CANCAN
This Film is Not Rated
Film Length 102 Minutes

Directed by Jean Renoir
Written by Jean Renoir
Starring Jean Gabin, Françoise Arnoul, María Félix

Henri Danglard, proprietor of the fashionable (but bankrupt) cafe 'Le Paravent Chinois' featuring his mistress, belly dancer Lola, goes slumming in Montmarte (circa 1890) where the then-old-fashioned cancan is still danced. There, he conceives the idea of reviving the cancan as the feature of a new, more popular establishment...and meets Nini, a laundress and natural dancer, whom he hopes to star in his new show. But a tangled maze of jealousies intervenes.

Show Date

Wednesday September 9, 2015

Show Time

7:30pm

Ticket Price

$7.50




Wednesday September 23, 2015

Film Lounge Series with Capital City Grill presents MOULIN ROUGE (1952)

The most comfortable movie experience in town.

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The Film Lounge Series in Hartley/Vey Studio Theatre
Our newest and most unique screening experience, equipped with brand new big screen, lounge furniture, cabaret tables, and a full service bar all in one room. Plus servers from our neighbors at Capital City Grill will be on-hand throughout the film taking food orders and delivering them right to your seat!


Moulin Rouge (1952)
This Film is Not Rated
Film Length 119 Minutes

Directed by John Huston
Written by Anthony Veiller
Starring José Ferrer, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Colette Marchand

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec frequently visits the Moulin Rouge, where he drinks cognac and draws sketches of the dancers and singers. Though the son of a French count, Henri's legs were badly deformed by a childhood fall, and his personal life is often unhappy as a result. While he is going home one night, a spirited young woman of the streets, Marie, asks him for help. He falls in love with her, and the two become involved in a tumultuous relationship. It becomes increasingly difficult for Toulouse-Lautrec to balance his personal feelings, his artistic abilities, and his family name and position.

Show Date

Wednesday September 23, 2015

Show Time

7:30pm

Ticket Price

$7.50




Wednesday October 21, 2015

Film Loungue Series Presents: MONSTER CLUB (1980)

Demons are a ghoul's best friend.

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The Film Lounge Series in Hartley/Vey Studio Theatre
Our goal is to create a unique screening experience. This fresh event will feature cozy furniture, cabaret tables, full bar, and servers cock tailing food and drinks directly to your seat. Capital City Grill Downtown has created a full menu specifically for these events. Screenings will include the latest Independent and Foreign Film, as well as Classics from all Genres. Admission is cheap and the food/drink specials will be plentiful.

The Monster Club (1952)
This Film is Unrated
Film Length 104 Minutes

A writer of horror stories is invited to a "monster club" by a mysterious old gentleman. There, three gruesome stories are told to him; between each story some musicians play their songs. In the end, it's recognized he's the greatest monster of all.

Directed by Roy Ward Baker
Written by Edward Abraham, Valerie Abraham
Starring Vincent Price, John Carradine, Donald Pleasence

This horror anthology is loosely based on the works of horror novelist R. Chetwynd-Hayes -- who is portrayed by John Carradine as an active participant in his own tales. The author is invited by a suave vampire (Vincent Price) to accompany him to the title establishment, where he observes the secret social customs of various species of monsters -- which apparently include drinking, dancing, and watching undead strippers remove more than just their clothing. He is also made privy to the mating patterns of these creatures, whose tendency to inter-breed creates such new strains of monsters as the "shadmock" (a vampire-like entity with a deadly high-pitched whistle) and the "humgoo" (the sullen offspring of a human and a flesh-eating ghoul). Price's descriptions of these new beasties trigger accompanying vignettes far less entertaining than the framing story, which is rife with horror movie in-jokes, cheesy rubber monster masks, and music by pop-reggae band UB40(!). Accomplished horror-omnibus director Roy Ward Baker seems to delight in the opportunity for pure camp, although the overall silliness of the proceedings has put off more than a few horror buffs.

Show Date

Wednesday October 21, 2015

Show Time

7:30pm

Ticket Price

$7.50, call for discounts




10/31/2015

Women in Dance Presents: Submission II

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Inspired by the unique circumstances of having women in leadership in the dance community in Baton Rouge, LA, this biannual festival will investigate, explore, and reflect on women’s leadership by inviting world-renowned dance makers/ artists /scholars /directors to Baton Rouge for a 4-day festival from October 29th – November 1st, 2015.

Through keynote speakers, discussion panels, master classes, creative process sessions, film screening, and performances, this festival will identify Baton Rouge as a viable location for national conferences in women’s leadership development, serve to promote women’s leadership development, and as a catalyst for cultivation of an ongoing dialogue within all performing arts communities in the U.S.

This performance will feature contemporary dances with choreography by Margaret
Brooker, Chris Johnson, Alyssa Martin from Canada and Ming-hwa Yeh from Taiwan (These pieces were selected by national adjudicators from 230 submissions that are from 21 different countries).

Show Date

10/31/2015

Show Time

4:00pm

Ticket Price

$15, call for discounts