VTA's 2017-18 Cool Films Series Presents COOL HAND LUKE

VTA's 2017-18 Cool Films Series Presents COOL HAND LUKEVictoria Theatre Association's 2017-2018 Cool Films Series presents an action-packed film of rebelliousness, starring Paul Newman, George Kennedy, and Strother Martin in COOL HAND LUKE: Aug. 11, 7 p.m.; Aug. 12, 7 p.m.; and Aug. 13, 3 p.m. $6 single tickets and $35 passbooks of 10 tickets are available for purchase through Ticket Center Stage at the door or by calling 937-228-3630, toll-free: 888-228-3630.

Famed for the man and the motion picture's resistance to conformity, COOL HAND LUKE is winner of four awards, including an Oscar for Best Actor in a Supporting Role (George Kennedy). Cool and gusty prisoner, Luke Jackson, battles authority through a series of escapes and recaptures, while becoming a role model for fellow prisoners shared through his line "You're an original, that's what you are!" Where better to see this 1967 film than the historic Victoria Theatre? Rated PG.

The 2017-2018 Cool Films Series runs until Aug. 27, presenting different films each weekend. Purchase $6 single tickets and $35 10-ticket passbooks by calling Ticket Center Stage; 937-228-3630, toll-free: 888-228-3630, or at the Box Office located in the Benjamin & Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center. For more detailed information, visit www.victoriatheatre.com.

Enjoy free popcorn and soda in the lobby starting one hour prior to each show time. Come early and enjoy a classic cartoon and a theatre organ concert on the Mighty Wurlitzer before each Cool Films movie.

2017-2018 Cool Films Series continues with:

ROYAL WEDDING - Aug. 18-20

McCABE & Mrs. Miller - Aug. 25-27

Victoria Theatre Association is one of Dayton's premier arts organizations, presenting the Premier Health Broadway Series, the Morris Furniture Company Family Series, the Cool Films Series, Projects Unlimited Star Attractions, National Geographic Live Series, and The Frank M. Tait Foundation Discovery Series, which features curriculum-enhanced live theatre productions for school children. In addition to the performances it presents, Victoria Theatre Association also manages the historic Victoria Theatre, the Benjamin & Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center, and the Metropolitan Arts Center, which houses The Loft Theatre. Victoria Theatre Association receives funding from a variety of diverse public, corporate, individual and private sources, including the Montgomery County Arts and Cultural District and the Ohio Arts Council. The Ohio Arts Council and The National Endowment for the Arts helped fund this program or organization with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans.


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