Come watch Steven Spielberg's epic film LINCOLN (2012, 150 minutes). Academy Award, Best Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis
5:00 PM Wine and cheese reception
5:15 Introductory remarks by James Engell
James Engell is Gurney Professor of English and Professor of Comparative Literature. He is the author of The Committed Word: Literature and Public Values (1999), a collection of essays that “consider both the political and moral involvement of writers,” including Abraham Lincoln, “with their culture and the preservation and communication of that culture’s best values.” Read more about LINCOLN (Oscars at Dudley Film Series)
During the 19th and 20th centuries, Boston’s free African American community led the nation in the movement to end slavery and to achieve equal rights. These remarkable patriots established businesses, founded organizations and created schools. Their houses of worship, homes, schools, and Underground Railroad sites make up Boston’s Black Heritage Trail®.
Come enjoy a classic and hysterical film on the Dudley big screen, a screen the size of a large wall. Givat Halfon Eina Ona, 1976 (Halfon Hill doesn't answer) is one of the best known and most quoted from movies of the Israeli film archive. Mediterranean catering will be provided for dinner.
Come see CABARET, Broadway's Tony-winning masterpiece! Get tickets to see this treasured musical genius at the Boston Opera House, Thursday, February 9 at 7:30 PM. Cost is $40 per ticket, and sales are open to both Dudley House members and one guest.
Stop by the third floor of Dudley House to add your name to the list and get your tickets.
Drawn from dozens of interviews conducted around the world, Trans Scripts uses the real words of women to shed light on the rich and diverse experiences within the transgender community. Jo Bonney (Father Comes Home From the Wars (Parts 1, 2 & 3)) directs a cast of seven in the US premiere of this moving, humorous, and timely work that received a Fringe First Award for new writing at the 2015 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.