Cultural Screenings

Cultural Screenings, films that showcase music, dance and art around the world, are screened  twice a month, typically on select weekdays and select Sundays. Think of this series as armchair travel with a cultural bent, a larger-than-life window on places, exhibits and shows you may wonder about but not be able to visit first-hand.

Admission is $15 for Cultural Screenings; the spring music feature, designed  with *, has general and discounted admission prices ($11 and $8.75).

All weekday shows screen at 7:30 p.m. and all Sunday shows at 12:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted.

This summer, The Tull Family Theater offers options such as:

  • Deconstructing the Beatles: Sgt. Pepper examines the story behind what is often called the Fab Four’s most influential album, produced after they stopped touring in 1966. Sunday, July 21, and Monday, July 29.
  • Rembrandt from (London’s) National Gallery was produced through exclusive access to London’s National Gallery and Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum. The filmmakers interweave Rembrandt’s life story, focusing on his final years of life, with behind-the-scenes preparations of these exhibits. Sunday, August 4, and Monday, August 12.