Remember Cher weeping at her 1st opera experience with Nicholas Cage?
Join us for a FREE Screening of MOONSTRUCK under the stars
Loretta Castorini, a Brooklyn bookkeeper in her late 30s whose husband died several years earlier in a bus accident, decides it’s time to get married again. So she accepts the proposal of a nice, middle-aged fellow named Johnny Cammareri. Loretta is convinced her first marriage was cursed because she and her husband had gotten married at City Hall; this time, she’s determined to do things right, even as she admits to her mother, Rose, that she’s not really in love with Johnny. (To which Rose replies: “Good. When you love them, they drive you crazy, ’cause they know they can.” Rose speaks from rueful experience; she suspects, with good reason, that her husband, Cosmo, is cheating on her.) Loretta is convinced that marrying Johnny is the safe and sure thing to do – until she meets his estranged younger brother Ronny, who tends the ovens in a neighborhood bakery. Loretta discovers that in startling contrast to the pleasant, mild-mannered Johnny, Ronny is moody and passionate; what follow are complications worthy of a comic opera–framed by the music of Puccini’s La Bohème.
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Enjoy a ticketed beer tasting (by The Riverwest Filling Station) with grilled sausage sandwiches (by Scardina’s Specialties) in the courtyard, prior to the FREE film screening. Each purchase includes a beer and a sausage sandwich!
This event is supported by the Florentine Bohème Society, La Lune Collection, Scardina’s Specialties, and The Riverwest Filling Station.Event cancellation due to inclement weather will be announced on the Florentine Opera News & Events page no later than 5pm on the day of the event. This event is hosted by the Florentine Bohème Society, a project supported by Opera America and the Getty Foundation’s Audience Development Fund.
Date and Time
Thursday, January 1, 1970 at 6:30-11PM Tasting – Film @ 9PM
926 E. Burleigh Street