Saturday, July 18, 2015

Portrait of a City - New Landscape Paintings by Adam O'Day

Portrait of a City

New Landscape Paintings by Adam O'Day

A year in the making, this show captures the feeling of each city it portrays. After winning Boston's Portrait of a City, Adam O'Day sought out a new challenge: to capture the soul of a place in the boundaries of the canvas with painting and drawing. How does an artist illustrate the feel of a specific place in a piece of art? Please join us to find out, where you'll see fifteen new works at the opening.

Woodman Shimko Gallery

Reception: Friday, July 24th 7-10pm
Show is up through Aug 6th
398 Commercial St, Provincetown, MA 02657

Trifecta Editions Announces “Hibernaculum” Exhibition by David Buckley Borden at the Innovation and Design Building in Boston

Trifecta Editions Announces “Hibernaculum” Exhibition by David Buckley Borden at the Innovation and Design Building in Boston - Exhibition extended through the end of July!
Trifecta Editions is proud to partner with the Innovation and Design Building to host David Buckley Borden’s Hibernaculum exhibition during the month of June 2015. The installation features work created by Borden and collaborators during his 2014 Trifecta Editions Hibernaculum artist residency.
The Hibernaculum installation celebrates collaborative art and design inspired by nature. This project continues Borden’s ongoing exploration of communicating environmental issues. Five distinct gallery spaces house unique explorations of nature’s relationship with art and design at the Innovation and Design Building (19 Drydock Ave.) on the Boston waterfront.
The installation will kick off Seaport Week, part of The Boston Harbor Association’s Summer on the Waterfront initiative.
The exhibition is supported by a month of inspiring programming featuring established and emerging voices from the Boston Society of Architects, AntiDesigns, Boston Society of Landscape Architects and others.
About David Buckley Borden: David Buckley Borden is a multi-disciplinary artist and formally trained landscape architect whose work presents environmental issues to new audiences in unlikely settings. Borden’s work ranges from site-specific landscape installations to small format silkscreen prints. Borden promotes a shared environmental awareness and heightened cultural value of ecology through the creation of accessible art and design. Learn more about Borden and his work at davidbuckleyborden.com
About Trifecta Editions: Trifecta Editions is a growing print collective based in Boston, MA. They work with artists from all disciplines to create limited edition screen prints and art objects. Their unique editions are all hand-printed and made with
a strong focus on quality and craftsmanship. They take pride in a business model that benefits, supports and promotes emerging artists and fosters a new generation of art collectors. Learn more about Trifecta Editions and their work by visiting trifectaeditions.com


About Jamestown: Jamestown was established in 1983 as an investment and management company focused on income-producing real estate in the United States. Over the last 32 years, Jamestown has expanded into a national, vertically integrated real estate operator with approximately $7.6 billion of assets under management. Jamestown’s capabilities include: acquisitions, capital markets, property management, asset management, retail leasing, design, sustainability and risk management. Jamestown employs more than 230 professionals in the United States, with offices in Atlanta, GA, Boston, MA, New York, NY, Washington, DC, and San Francisco, CA. For more information, visit www.jamestownlp.com.

ZULLO GALLERY CENTER FOR THE ARTS Presents Hand Drawn Mandalas and Paintings by Jon DiNapoli


Sunday, July 12, 2015

America IRL // Opening Reception at Thomas Young Gallery

Photo by: Hatnim Lee

America IRL: Portraits of America In Real Life
Featuring: Hatnim Lee, David Mattox, Nicholas Rhodes & Renée Ricciardi

Hatnim Lee is a commercial photographer working up and down the east coast. She is a 2005 graduate of Corcoran College of Art and Design in Washington D.C. Lee recently received the 2015 PDN Photo Annual award for her personal work. - http://www.hatn.im/

David Mattox is a photographer and Alaskan commercial salmon fisherman. After graduating from Oregon’s University of Portland in 2004 he took a job fishing off Alaska's coast which continues to inspire his work. -http://davidmattox.com/

Nicholas Rhodes né Nicky Digital has been documenting nightlife in New York City and beyond for over a decade. Rhodes has become the go-to photographer for festivals including Coachella, Electric Zoo and Together to name a few. - http://nickydigital.com/

Renée Ricciardi is a Boston-based artist and photographer. She is a graduate of MassArt and was the 2013 recipient of the Morton Godine Travel Fellowship. In 2015, Renée was awarded a photography fellowship by the Massachusetts Cultural Council. - http://reneericciardi.com/

Opening Reception: 
Friday, July 17, 2015
7:00pm-10:00pm
Thomas Young Gallery
516 E 2nd St 
Boston, MA

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Jim Dow Brings a Sampling of Taco Trucks, Tacquerias, and Carritos to Robert Klein Gallery @ Ars Libri


BOSTON, MA - Looking for restaurant suggestions? Ask photographer and School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, professor JIM DOW, whose systematic and thorough search for vernacular subjects has propelled him to take countless road trips through North and South America.

Dow has been documenting Latin American quick food vendors for over ten years. The exhibition Taco Trucks, Tacquerias, and Carritos, which opens at Robert Klein Gallery @ Ars Libri (500 Harrison Ave) on July 10th, will present Dow's photographs of American taco trucks, Mexicantacquerias, and Uruguayan carritos together for the first time. Taken between 2005 and 2015, the series presents a wide variety of Latin American food stands, cultural standbys whose goods are, for many, a daily staple.

Ranging from utilitarian, unadorned carts to trucks laden with neon signs, the establishments in these photographs are run by native Spanish speakers. These businesses are not run by celebrity chefs, they do not follow gastronomic trends, and only a few of them post their locations on Twitter. And it is these qualities that bring Dow's subject matter to life: as he writes in his 2011 book American Studies, these are "mom-and-pop shops, vehicles of dreams, carrying the weight of a whole family's aspirations for financial success."

In Mexico, Uruguay, and Argentina, tacquerias and carritos are largely permanent fixtures: the trucks have flat tires and are functionally stationary, stands are sunk into concrete, and electricity is often drawn from a subversive network of power cords, lines, and wires running up lampposts. In the United States, taco trucks are mobile by definition, their locations strictly regulated and thus dependent on local permits and laws. Dow calls these vehicles "the gastronomic undead, rushing back to their parking lot crypts at the end of each evening."

Taco trucks, Dow has written, "first became popular in the 1970s, coinciding with a mushrooming Mexican population that wanted the same good, cheap street food found everywhere back home." That growing populace now represents, according to Census Bureau estimates for July 1, 2013, 17% of the United States' total population, or roughly 54 million people. With photographs of American taco trucks presented adjacent to their figurative ancestors, the tacquerias of Mexico and carritos of the southern cone of South America, Dow asserts a lineage of tradition that caters to everyone, regardless of race, class, or nationality.
Long-heralded for revealing what author Tom Perrotta calls "the beauty and mystery and sadness hidden beneath the surface of everyday objects and landscape," Dow makes photographs to immortalize people and places that might otherwise go unnoticed. Having studied under HARRY CALLAHAN at Rhode Island School of Design and worked alongside WALKER EVANS, Dow is steeped in the tradition of documentary-style photography. Using an 8 x 10 inch view camera, he turns his lens to roadside signs, buildings, and interiors that feel locked in another era. Dow frankly records the scenes before his camera, avoiding sentiments of nostalgia while paying tribute to his subjects. A former Guggenheim Fellow, Dow has received awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, the LEF Foundation, and the Mellon Foundation. His work is in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Canadian Centre for Architecture, the J. Paul Getty Museum, the United States Library of Congress, the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Decordova Sculpture Park and Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, New York, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, among others.

Jim Dow's Taco Trucks, Tacquerias, and Carritos will open at Robert Klein Gallery @ Ars Libri (500 Harrison Ave) on Friday, July 10th, with an artist's reception from 5:30 to 7:30 PM. The reception is free and open to the public. The exhibition will run through September 12th, 2015.


Taco Trucks, Tacquerias, and Carritos
Robert Klein Gallery @ Ars Libri (500 Harrison Ave)
July 10 - September 12, 2015

Artist's Reception, Friday, July 10th, 5:30 - 7:30 PM
RSVP to the Facebook event HERE

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Kid Friendly Arts and Crafters Wanted!

Kid Friendly Arts and Crafters Wanted!
Boston Children’s Museum is seeking kid friendly artists and crafters that live in New England to display and sell their work during their first ever Crafts Fair! Please read the exhibits guide lines to make sure you are a good fit for the fair. Their jury will be reviewing submissions and will be in touch with each artist by July 24th, 2015. There are limited spaces available and they’re looking to have a variety of artists and crafters.

Sunday, June 21, 2015

Highland Street Foundation Announces 7th Annual “Free Fun Fridays”

Highland Street Foundation Announces 7th Annual “Free Fun Fridays”

Statewide Program Offers Free Access to 70 Museums and Cultural Institutions Throughout the Summer



(Boston, MA) – The Highland Street Foundation announced its seventh annual “Free Fun Fridays” initiative, a summer program that offers visitors no cost admission to many of the most treasured cultural venues in Massachusetts.  Seventy institutions, from art museums to zoos, will join the program, an increase from the 67 venues that took part in 2014. This summer, for 10 consecutive Fridays — beginning June 26th and continuing through August 28th— seven different venues will welcome visitors, free-of-charge.

The Highland Street Foundation’s ‘Free Fun Fridays’ provides access to the best  exhibits, programs and experiences that the city and the Commonwealth have to offer,” said Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh. “I join the Highland Street Foundation in inviting residents from across Boston and around the state to take advantage of our rich cultural community by participating in ‘Free Fun Fridays.’” 

Since its inception in 2009, “Free Fun Fridays” has drawn more than 800,000 visitors to venues throughout the Commonwealth.  Last year alone, the program reached 150,000 people and according to Executive Director, Blake Jordan, the Highland Street Foundation expects that those numbers will increase again this year with the expansion of the program.

"2015 marks the most extensive ‘Free Fun Fridays’ yet and we are pleased to welcome new venues to this summer’s program,” said Jordan.  “This signature program reflects the Highland Street Foundation’s longtime commitment to enriching the lives of kids and families by providing easy access to the very best cultural offerings in Massachusetts.”

Each year, Highland Street Foundation grants help participating venues in every corner of the state open their doors for free.  In the past seven years, the “Free Fun Fridays” program has represented an investment of nearly $4 million in the Commonwealth’s vibrant cultural community.  ‘Free Fun Fridays’ is one of many programs created and supported by the Highland Street Foundation to increase access and opportunities for children and families throughout Massachusetts.

“Peabody Essex Museum is proud to partner with the Highland Street Foundation in its efforts to showcase the Bay State’s diverse cultural venues and promote our wide-ranging missions,” said Dan Monroe, Rose-Marie and Eijk van Otterloo Director and CEO of the Peabody Essex Museum.   “Through this essential program, visitors have access to the fine and performing arts, historic homes, lush gardens, environmental centers and top museums.  Equally important, ‘Free Fun Fridays’ helps introduce the cultural community to a set of new and diverse audiences.”

This year, some of the program’s favorite sites, including the Boston Children’s Museum, Tanglewood, and the ICA, are joined by new venues like the Cape Ann Museum in Gloucester, Old Sturbridge Village and the recently opened Edward M. Kennedy Institute.  A complete list of all participating venues and dates is below.

To learn more about the “Free Fun Fridays,” and the Highland Street Foundation, visit
www.highlandstreet.org and connect on facebook.com/HighlandStreet and Twitter @HighlandStreet.

The following institutions are participating in upcoming “Free Fun Fridays” 2015:

July 17
Museum of Fine Arts (Boston)
Sports Museum (Boston)
Cape Ann Museum (Gloucester)
Children’s Museum in Easton (Easton)
Fitchburg Art Museum (Fitchburg)
Larz Anderson Auto Museum (Brookline)
Tower Hill Botanic Garden (Boylston)

July 24
Commonwealth Shakespeare Company (Boston)
Edward Gorey House (Yarmouth Port)
Battleship Cove (Fall River)
Fruitlands Museum (Harvard)
Garden in the Woods (Framingham)
Pilgrim Hall Museum (Plymouth)
Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University (Boston)

July 31
Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston (Boston)
Cape Cod Museum of Art (Dennis)
American Textile History Museum (Lowell)
Eric Carle Museum (Amherst)
Museum of Russian Icons (Clinton)
Sandwich Glass Museum (Sandwich)
Wenham Museum (Wenham)

August 7
Boston Harbor Island Alliance (Boston)
Worcester Historical Museum (Worcester)
Concord Museum (Concord)
Hancock Shaker Village (Pittsfield)
Rose Kennedy Greenway Carousel (Boston)
Springfield Museums (Springfield)
Old State House (Boston)

August 14
John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum (Boston)
Cape Cod Children’s Museum (Mashpee)
Historic Deerfield (Deerfield)
Children’s Museum of Fall River (Fall River)
Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center (Great Barrington)
Clark Art Institute (Williamstown)
USS Constitution Museum (Charlestown)

August 21
Franklin Park Zoo (Dorchester)
Freedom Trail Foundation (Boston)
Emily Dickinson Museum (Amherst)
Buttonwood Park Zoo (New Bedford)
Discovery Museums (Acton)
Museum of African American History (Boston)
Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival (Beckett)

August 28
Old Sturbridge Village (Sturbridge)
Plimoth Plantation (Plymouth)
Cape Cod Museum of Natural History (Brewster)
EcoTarium (Worcester)
Fuller Craft Museum (Brockton)
Griffin Photography Museum (Winchester)
MASS MoCA (North Adams)

About Highland Street Foundation:
Since 1989, the Highland Street Foundation has worked to enrich the lives of children and families in Massachusetts by donating more than $160 million to worthy nonprofit organizations. From its support of the TADpole playground in Boston Common, to providing tickets to local sporting events to local nonprofits, to building capacity and providing technical assistance to hundreds of nonprofit organizations, the foundation is dedicated to expanding opportunities for families in Massachusetts and beyond. This year marks the seventh anniversary of “Free Fun Fridays” and a record- breaking 70 venues will participate, with seven cultural venues in Massachusetts open free-of-charge every Friday for 10 weeks this summer. Over the past six summers more than 800,000 visitors have enjoyed the “Free Fun Fridays” program.

Monday, June 1, 2015

The National Poster Retrospecticus is Back! - Featuring Works by Local Poster Legend Dan McCarthy

Boston area native Dan McCarthy is putting a massive body of his poster work on display for a limited time. 

Come scope out over 300 posters that span the past 10 years of Dan's printmaking and illustration career. You'll find old gig posters and Dan's entire print club series that he started in 2005 while living in Jamaica Plain.

As a bonus, a condensed version of The National Poster Retrospecticus will be on display during the reception.

Come celebrate 10 years of radness with one of the most prolific poster artists in the Boston Area. 

Where: Bakalar & Paine Galleries
Cost: Free
Produced by: The National Poster Retrospecticus
Hosted by: MassArt + Bakalar & Paine Galleries
Internet: http://danmccarthy.org/ + http://nprshow.com/

6/11/15
6pm-10pm
Mass Art
621 Huntington Ave
Boston MA

Friday, May 29, 2015

The Biggest Most Exciting Outdoor Art Event Boston Has Ever Seen

“This summer, in coordination with the Boston Harbor Island Alliance, FLUX. Boston, the National Park Service, the Department of Conservation and Recreation, Greenovate Boston, and the Boston Art Commission, the Isles Arts Initiative (IAI) will transform the Boston Harbor Islands into a canvas primed for artistic activation and social engagement. Taking shape across two islands and featuring an accompanying gallery exhibition in downtown Boston, IAI encourages visitors to reconnect with Boston Harbor, creating intimate connections to the water while also raising awareness of climate change through excellent artistic installations.”

For more information, visit: http://flux-boston.com/iai2015/

“BOSTON CREATES” TO HOLD TOWN HALL ON JUNE 2

“BOSTON CREATES” TO HOLD TOWN HALL
ON JUNE 2

Community Invited to Attend and Share Opinions and Ideas About Cultural Priorities
BOSTON – May 7, 2015 - Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture will hold the Boston Creates Town Hall on June 2, 2015 at English High School in Jamaica Plain. The Boston Creates Town Hall is the first large public event in Boston’s cultural planning process, designed to create a blueprint for arts and culture in the City of Boston. Community members are invited to attend and share their opinions and ideas about the City’s cultural priorities.  Attendees are encouraged to register for the event in advance at http://bostoncreatestownhall.eventbrite.com.

Boston Creates will engage residents, visitors, and stakeholders to identify Boston’s cultural needs, opportunities, and resources and to think strategically about how these resources the arts can help the community achieve its civic goals. The process will create a ten-year plan to prioritize, coordinate, and align public and private resources to strengthen cultural vitality over the long term.

“Boston Creates is an opportunity for everyone in the city to share their vision of how arts and culture fit into our future,” said Mayor Walsh. “We encourage everyone to come to the Town Hall to help us build upon the cultural assets of our City, and be a part of the plan that will position Boston as a municipal arts leader.”

The Boston Creates Town Hall will kick off a series of community conversations set to take place across the city.  It will be followed by interviews with individuals and stakeholders, including artists, volunteer cultural groups, neighborhood centers, large and small arts organizations, residents and others to lay out a comprehensive map of Boston’s cultural assets. Community Engagement Team Members are still needed for this process, and individuals interested in volunteering can apply at www.bostoncreates.org.

“Boston Creates depends upon community participation for its success,” said Julie Burros, Chief of Arts and Culture for the City of Boston. “We need to hear from as many voices as possible so we can create a plan that represents the unique identity of the city.  Over the next year, we will be reaching out to creatives and other audiences across Boston, and the Town Hall is the first step.”

The Cultural Plan is expected to be complete in June 2016. For more information or to volunteer, visit www.bostoncreates.org. Social media users can engage with the process on Twitter using #BostonCreates or by following on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ArtsinBoston

Monday, May 18, 2015

AniMAtic Boston - Running A Studio With CloudKid's Dave Schlafman

Do you ever dream of starting your own studio? Join CloudKid’s Dave Schlafman as he talks about all the highs, lows, rewards and challenges of starting and running an animation and interactive studio. Dave, whose Brighton studio has been creating amazing animation and interactive content for years, will candidly discuss the many realities involved in following the studio dream, like finding clients, hiring staff, producing projects and more. Dave is passionate about the animation business and you won’t want to miss what he has to say!

AniMAtic Boston also provides a great chance to meet other talented members of the Boston animation community, chat about what’s going on in the industry, what you're inspired by, and anything else under the sun. 



May 19, 2015
Doors open at 7pm


Talk starts at 7:30pm
191 Highland Ave
Suite 1-C
Somerville, MA
(Free parking lot located behind The Armory)

Event is free! Raffle is $1. Beer, wine and food available from the cafe.

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Boston Creates Town Hall

On Tuesday, June 2nd,  the Mayor’s Office of Arts & Culture will host the "Boston Creates Town Hall" at English High School in Jamaica Plain.  This is the first large public event in the process and all community members are invited to attend and share their opinions and ideas about the City’s cultural priorities.  Attendees are encouraged to register for the event in advance at http://bostoncreatestownhall.eventbrite.com.  This event will kick off a series of community conversations set to take place across the city.  It will be followed by interviews with individuals and stakeholders, including artists, volunteer cultural groups, neighborhood centers, large and small arts organizations, residents and others to lay out a comprehensive map of Boston’s cultural assets. Community Engagement Team Members are still needed for this process, and individuals interested in volunteering can apply at www.bostoncreates.org.

Also, on May 22nd, Julie Burros, Chief of Arts & Culture for the City of Boston will participate in the City’s Chief Chat Series, aboard the City Hall To Go Truck, a mobile office which offers many city services to Boston residents in their local neighborhoods, including resident parking permits, voter registrations, and dog licenses, among others.  The event will take place at 1174 River Street, Hyde Park, from 4pm-7pm and Julie will be available to answer questions about the cultural planning process.

Friday, May 8, 2015

SMFA Medal Award Honoring John Baldessari

For over five decades, John Baldessari has influenced generations of artists as both an educator and creator and continues to transform his practice today. On May 18th, the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (SMFA), is proud to celebrate the iconic artist and long-time educator at the 2015 Medal Award Gala in the Ruth and Carl J. Shapiro Family Courtyard at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. First presented in 1996, SMFA’s Medal Award, annually recognizes notable artists and influential art patrons for their commitment to make an impact on the art world. Past recipients include Glenn Ligon, Alex Katz, Kiki Smith, and Mike and Doug Starn. The 2015 gala—which will include dinner, award presentation, and silent auction of student art work—directly supports educational resources and opportunities for SMFA’s students.

BOSTON POPS #Happy20thKeith CONTEST

BOSTON POPS #Happy20thKeith CONTEST
The Boston Pops will run a hashtag contest inviting the Pops community to use #Happy20thKeith to help us celebrate Keith Lockhart’s 20th anniversary season. Throughout the spring season, May 6- June 13, fans will be asked to share their Boston Pops memories and photos from the last 20 years by using #Happy20thKeith on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram; participants in the contest will automatically be entered to win one of three chances to attend a Pops performance.  Prizes include 20 tickets to attend the June 13th Cirque de la Symphonie concert, complete with complimentary food and beverages (winner selected Friday, May 29, 2015); two VIP tickets to the July 4 Boston Pops Concert on the Charles River Esplanade (winner selected June 13, 2015); and a weekend getaway for two to Tanglewood to attend the Cirque de la Symphonie Pops concert on August 21, with transportation and hotel provided (winner selected June 13, 2015).  Contest participants must be 18 or older.  The Boston Pops is on Facebook at www.facebook.com/thebostonpops and can be found on Twitter and Instagram @thebostonpops. 


BOSTON POPS 2015 SPRING SEASON OVERVIEW              
Celebrating Keith Lockhart’s 20th anniversary as Boston Pops Conductor, the Boston Pops 2015 season, May 6-June 13 at Symphony Hall, will showcase a remarkable range of music genres, while introducing new artists, world premieres, and innovative programming, and bringing the best of the Boston Pops library to the orchestra’s loyal audiences in greater Boston, the New England region, and beyond.


Featuring Tony Award-winning actress Bernadette Peters, the Boston Pops Opening Night concert on May 6 will sets the stage for a season featuring some of the biggest names on Broadway. Audra McDonald, another leading lady in the arenas of Broadway, television, film, and the concert stage, will bring her much-loved stage presence to Symphony Hall on June 2 and again for the 34th annual “Presidents at Pops” on June 3. Also sure to be a highlight of the Boston Pops 2015 season are performances of Simply Sondheim—a night devoted to the legendary musical theater genius Stephen Sondheim highlighted by orchestra arrangements of his music featuring the return to the Pops stage of Broadway stars Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley. This performance will also feature talented Vocal Fellows from the Tanglewood Music Center, which celebrates its 75th Anniversary in the summer of 2015 (6/10 & 6/11).

Five “By Popular Demand,” concerts (5/7, 16, 26, 29, & 6/5) will offer concertgoers a chance to vote, live during the concert, for their favorite piece of music through their web-enabled devices, giving Pops audiences an opportunity to help program the entire second half of the concert they are attending. The 2015 Boston Pops season will bring the debuts of The Midtown Men—four stars from the original cast of the Broadway hit Jersey Boys—for music of the 1960s (5/19, 20, & 21) and living legends of gospel, The Blind Boys of Alabama, on Gospel Night (6/6).  Two additional debut performances will feature Irish singer Karan Casey and Galician multi-instrumentalist Carlos Núñez in A Celtic Sojourn at Pops hosted and curated by WGBH’s Brian O’Donovan and planned for broadcast on his immensely popular radio program “A Celtic Sojourn,” which airs locally on Saturdays from 3pm-6pm.

The season will also shine a special spotlight on some of the most popular concert themes of recent years, including a great Pops tradition—the annual Film Night series led by Boston Pops Laureate Conductor John Williams (5/22 & 23).  Returning to the Symphony Hall stage after an acclaimed debut last season, Cirque de la Symphonie will no doubt once again entertain crowds with their daring aerial flyers, acrobats, dancers, and jugglers (6/12 & 13). Building on the success of the recent Wizard of Oz and West Side Story film score screenings/performances at Symphony Hall, classic movie fans will be treated to a screening of the complete 1952 musical Singin’ in the Rain—number 1 on the American Film Institute’s list of the Greatest Movie Musicals of all time—with live orchestra accompaniment (5/8 & 5/9).            

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