Palatine Park District presents a new Cutting Hall Film Series this fall. The second film of the series, dance documentary “5,6,7,8,” will be shown on Saturday, October 6 at 10:30am at Cutting Hall Performing Arts Center, 150 E. Palatine Road, Palatine. The film, winner of Best Documentary at the 2010 Blue Whisky Independent Film Festival, will be shown on the theater’s new projection screen.
“5..6..7..8” is a documentary that captures the emotions and excitement of a year in the life of Nova Jazz, an elite girls dance company. The dancers, ages 10 to 18, are based out of The Pulse Performing Arts Studio in Bedford Hills, New York. In his online review of the film, the Independent Critic states, “With honesty and intelligence and heart, 5,6,7,8 celebrates the young people who comprise the Nova Jazz Dance Company, young girls whose enthusiasm and commitment and varying degrees of talent will leave you entertained and inspired.” To read the entire review, visit http://theindependentcritic.com/5678.
Tickets are $6 per person and can be purchased at www.cuttinghall.org. For tickets or more information, call (847) 202-5222 or visit the box office online at www.cuttinghall.org. Box Office hours are Wednesday through Saturday from 2:00pm to 6:00pm and the box office is also open one hour before each performance start time. There is a ticket order fee of $1 per order for phone and in-person orders, and a fee of $1.50 for online purchases. The box office does not offer refunds or exchanges; all sales are final.
For more information on the Cutting Hall Film Series, contact Jeff Greene, Theater Coordinator, at 847-991-5318 or email@example.com.
Cutting Hall Performing Arts Center is a facility of Palatine Park District. The mission of Palatine Park District is to provide a variety of safe, enjoyable and affordable parks and recreation facilities and activities that will enhance the quality of life by promoting good health and well-being for all residents and visitors of the Palatine Park District.