Museum's 2011 Benefit - A Night on Broadway

Follow the search lights to the premier event of the year at your museum of modern art. From the moment you valet onto the red carpet, familiar characters from the Broadway stage will greet you. Register at WILL CALL to vote on Best Costume, Best Female Character, Best Male Character, Best Couple.

Opening Reception: Lin Emery

Lin Emery - Sculpture in Motion: A Retrospective

In the Lobby; Members Free, Non-members $10

Opera Video: Carmen Jones

Carmen Jones, produced by Otto Preminger with lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein.

Based on Bizet's opera, this jubilant musical film features a supremely talented cast including Dorothy Dandridge, Harry Belafonte, Pearl Bailey and Dianne Carroll. (105 minutes)

Destination Key West

This sunset celebration features a festive atmosphere of live music, Caribbean food, craft vendors, street performers and local artisans. Tickets are $35 per person. All proceeds raised will benefit the programs of Project GRACE.

Art, Books, and Community (ABC) Reading Club

Read and discuss books about modern art and enjoy light refreshments bimonthly. November's selection is Modigliani: A Life by Jeffrey Meyers. Books are available for purchase in Isabelle's Museum Store(copies limited) or by interlibrary loan at Palm Harbor Library.

Dance Video: The Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo

The only complete ballet by master choreographer Leonid Massine, this 1954 black and white film features dancers Alexandra Danilova and Frederic Franklin. (87 Mintues)

Avenue Players Theatre: A Moon for the Misbegotten

Jim Tyrone, the mask for alcoholic, self-destructive, elder brother of the playwright tries to blot out a haunting, horrible, memory in the arms of the tenant farmer's daughter, Josie. This last play by O'Neill is a blend of comedy, tragedy, autobiography and imagination.

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