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Event Listing
Apr 23 7:30 PM The Past
Apr 30 7:30 PM Gloria
May 02 8:00 PM Patti Vasquez Lipstick Mom 2014
May 03 8:00 PM An Evening with Roger McGuinn
Jun 13 -- Jun 15 Ain't Misbehavin'
Aug 15 8:00 PM An Evening with Black 47
BACinema - TOP


BACinema
: A Weekly Presentation of Independent, Foreign and Classic Films. Screenings are every Wednesday at 7:30 pm

Tickets are $7.50/$5.50 members unless noted.


The Past - top
Wednesday - April 23
7:30 PM

Apr 23, 7:30pm
Tickets $7.50 / $5.50 BAC Members

Rated: PG-13 RT 2:10



Reel Talk after the movie.

An Iranian man reunites with his estranged wife (Bérénice Bejo) in Paris to finalize their divorce, which is soon complicated by a shocking revelation by her daughter from a previous marriage. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi.  "
Farhadi proves again that he can craft a domestic drama that has all the tension of a thriller." - Liam Lacey, Globe and Mail






Gloria - top
Wednesday - April 30
7:30 PM

Apr 30, 7:30pm
Tickets $7.50 / $5.50 BAC Members
Rated: R  - RT 1:50



Gloria is a "woman of a certain age" but still feels young. Though lonely, she makes the best of her situation and fills her nights seeking love at social dance clubs for single adults. Her fragile happiness changes the day she meets Rodolfo. Their intense passion, to which Gloria gives her all, leaves her vacillating between hope and despair -- until she uncovers a new strength and realizes that, in her golden years, she can shine brighter than ever. GLORIA is Chile's official entry for Best 
Foreign Language Film at the 86th Academy Awards (R), and stars Paulina García in a tour de force performance that captured the Silver Bear Best Actress Award at this year's Berlin Film Festival. (c) Roadside.  "Gloria" is that rare work...by its end, you want to cheer the simple act of living." Tom Long, Detroit News
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Main Stage - top
Patti Vasquez Lipstick Mom 2014 - top
Friday - May 02
8:00 PM

May 2, 8pm
Tickets $25






Patti Vasquez is leading the Lipstick Mom Movement nationwide. Lipstick Moms believe that being a wife and mother doesn’t prevent you from feeling attractive. It says something when you can still feel good even if you’ve spent the day doing laundry and washing sippy cups. In her  stand-up show, Patti tackles motherhood, relationships, pop culture and more with a cheerful, witty edge that keeps audiences laughing all night. Don’t miss this fresh face of comedy that Lewis Black calls “simply marvelous” and Bill Maher calls “the funniest woman in comedy since Carol Burnett.”


An Evening with Roger McGuinn - top
Saturday - May 03
8:00 PM

Sat, May 3, 8pm
Tickets $35 / $31 BAC Members


 



Roger McGuinn (Mr. Tambourine Man) not only lived history, he made history with his fearless sense of experimentation. A Chicago native, McGuinn started as a folk musician, studying at the Old Town School of Folk Music and performing on the Chicago music scene. In the early 1960s, McGuinn added a rock beat to his folk repertoire and met up with Gene Clark and David Crosby to co-found The Byrds.


Ain't Misbehavin' - top
Friday - June 13 -- Sunday - June 15


June 13 and 14th at 7:30pm
June 15th at 3:30 pm

Tickets $22 / $20 BAC Members





The outrageously prodigious comic and musical soul of 1930's Harlem lives on in this rollicking, swinging, finger-snapping revue that is still considered one of Broadway's best. The inimitable Thomas"Fats" Waller rose to international fame during the Golden Age of the Cotton Club, honky tonk dives along Lenox Avenue, rent parties, stride piano players and that jumpin' new beat, swing.
Sometimes sassy, sometimes sultry, with moments of devastating beauty, AIN'T MISBEHAVIN' is simply unforgettable.


An Evening with Black 47 - top
Friday - August 15
8:00 PM

Fri Aug 15, 8pm
Tickets $30/$BAC Members 26



 


Black 47 espouses an unblinkingly political and thoroughly Irish form of rock 'n' roll, with songs covering topics from the Northern Ireland conflict to civil rights and urban unrest in contemporary New York. Black 47 earned their chops playing the pub scene in Manhattan and self-producing their first indie record, Black 47, before converting The Cars' Ric Ocasek to the cause and gaining mainstream attention with their second album. The band celebrates their 20th year on the road with their latest album "Bankers and Gangsters"


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