New Worlds: The Cradle of Civilization

Starlight Room & Rose Theatre - Ends Thursday 2/10
New Worlds: The Cradle of Civilization

Showtimes

Playing in the Rose Theatre
Date Time
Thu, 2/10 7:15
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Playing in the Starlight Room · 21+ Venue
Date Time
Thu, 2/10 4:00
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This temporary measure is being evaluated on a weekly basis. Thank you for your patience and understanding!

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Filmed one summer night in Greece, NEW WORLDS: THE CRADLE OF CIVILIZATION, captures screen legend Bill Murray and world-renowned cellist Jan Vogler's final performance of their European "New Worlds" tour. Accompanied by violinist Mira Wang and pianist Vanessa Perez, Murray and Vogler rock the Acropolis with a timeless mix of literature and music on the 2,000 year-old stage of the Odeon of Herodes Atticus. Both poignant and humorous, this uniquely entertaining program is filled with Murray's trademark charm. Murray and the classical trio dazzle the Athenian audience with musical reflections on hope, love and relationships.

NR, 102 min.

"NEW WORLDS is an undeniable reminder of live music's irreplaceable magic-and an entreaty not to forget it." - The Playlist

"The performance, anchored by Murray's limitless charm, takes into its weep a wide variety of elements - Bach and Whitman at one end, Van Morrison and West Side Story at the other." - NDTV