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Oct
5
Thu
“When Cancer Calls…” a film by Wayne Beach, Ph.D
Oct 5 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

A STEM Translational Communication Center public event

The STCC in collaboration with the UF Health Cancer Center & Cancer Population Sciences, UF HealthStreet, and The Center for Arts in Medicine proudly present “When Cancer Calls…”  a unique film by Dr. Wayne Beach, a Professor in the School of Communication at the San Diego State University, an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Surgery, and a Member of the Moores UCSD Cancer Center, University of California, San Diego. He is also a faculty member on the UCSD/SDSU Joint Doctoral Program in Public Health.

The film will start at 6 p.m. followed by a brief coffee break, and will conclude with a talk-back session where you will have the opportunity to ask questions to Dr. Beach.  Click here  to reserve your complementary ticket!

Description

A family. A diagnosis. A phone call. One family’s journey through cancer…

A unique and powerful educational resource for patients, family members, medical professionals, and all persons whose lives have somehow been touched by cancer.

Adapted from the award-winning book, “A Natural History of Family Cancer,” the conversations portrayed in “When Cancer Calls…” are drawn from the only known recordings in the history of the social and medical sciences between an actual cancer patient and her family members. From diagnosis through death of a loved one (mother/wife/sister), these interactions – 61 phone calls over 13 months – are at once extraordinary, yet strikingly familiar, to all who have encountered them.

To learn more about this public event, click here.

Nov
13
Mon
Tom Miller’s Nothing
Nov 13 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Tom Miller's Nothing

Monday, November 13 at 8pm, the Hippodrome will be screening Tom Miller’s NOTHING, a documentary short produced by Mirador Studios, Joey Larson, Doug Waltenbough, and Alex Davidowski (Amish Mafia, Grudge Race). This world premiere is open to the public.

The short feature chronicles the “instillation” of Tom Miller’s infamous Sculpture of Nothing, which appeared at the Bo Diddley Plaza in May and June of 2017. Several famous art critics weigh in, including one who believes that Miller’s sculpture was a totally phony farce. However, another critic hailed the sculpture of Nothing as a movement important as Dadaism, Cubism, and Realism. The movie introduces us to the crew that assembled the sculpture, and features Gainesville Mayor Lauren Poe and Alachua County Commission Chair, “Hutch” Hutchinson. Nothing is featured prominently in this production.

Both Mayor Poe and Commissioner Hutchinson have said they will be attending the premiere, which is open to the public.

The Film Stars: Gregg Jones, Tom Miller, Michael O’Meara, Carolyne Salt, Oliver Nordon, Nigel Hamm, The Reverend Angeldust, Mayor Lauren Poe, Commissioner “Hutch” Hutchinson.

Also screening prior to the main event is Tom Miller’s short movie, “Burning Lips”, another documentary chronicling Tom Miller’s epic 2-hour stare-down of former Presidential Candidate Ted Cruz’s mouth, and the subsequent burning of Miller’s demon-possessed Ted Cruz Mouth painting in a giant fire at the Bobbitt Compound. Burning Lips is directed and filmed by Tom Miller and Michael McShane.

During the intermission, and post-reception party, Miller & Davidowski hope to raise additional funds to enter Nothing into film festivals in 2018. They hope Nothing will garner significant attention and perhaps Nothing will win something.

WHERE: The Hippodrome Cinema

WHEN: Monday, November 13th at 8pm (Doors open at 7:30pm)

HOW MUCH: Advance Tickets are $10.00 and can be purchased through the Hippodrome Box Office. Tickets will be available at the door for $12.00. This includes admission to the screening and the reception, which will include complementary light food w/ non-alcoholic beverages, and the Hippodrome’s Cash bar will be open with beer, wine, and cocktails.

ITINERARY:
8pm – Documentary, BURNING LIPS. Directed by Tom Miller & Michael McShane.
   * INTERMISSION
9pm – NOTHING – a Tom Miller / Alex Davidowski Short Feature – WORLD PREMIERE!

Jan
29
Mon
Nell Page and Kevin Rainsberger in a One-Night-Only Reading @ The Hippodrome Theatre
Jan 29 @ 7:00 pm
Nell Page and Kevin Rainsberger in a One-Night-Only Reading @ The Hippodrome Theatre
Nell Page and Kevin Rainsberger present a dramatic reading of Christian O’Reilly’s play CHAPATTI at the Hippodrome Theatre on Monday, January 29 at 7 p.m.

The reading is a benefit performance for Run Amuck with the Duck, andThe Bonnie J. Addario Lung Cancer Foundation. The Bonnie J. Addario Lung Cancer Foundation is one of the largest philanthropies devoted exclusively to eradicating Lung Cancer through research, early detection, education, and treatment. The Foundation’s goal is to work with a diverse group of physicians, organizations, industry partners, individuals, patients, survivors, and their families to identify solutions and make timely and meaningful change and turn lung cancer into a chronically managed disease by 2023.

With this reading, Kevin and Nell pay tribute to artist, colleague and friend Ric Rose who fought a valiant battle against lung cancer.

CHAPATTI tells the story of a man and his dog, a woman and her 19 cats and how their lives inadvertently become intertwined.

Tickets are $25, available at the Hippodrome Box Office. The Hippodrome Box Office is open Tuesday-Sundays from 12noon-7pm and can be reached at (352) 375-4477.
Feb
23
Fri
Sherrie Pettigrew’s Artwork in the Hipp Art Gallery @ The Hippodrome Theatre
Feb 23 @ 7:00 pm – Mar 20 @ 7:00 pm
Sherrie Pettigrew's Artwork in the Hipp Art Gallery @ The Hippodrome Theatre

The Hippodrome Theatre proudly presents Sherrie Pettigrew’s Artwork

Featured for Art Walk Feb. 23, 7 to 10 p.m.

GAINESVILLE – Sherrie Pettigrew’s art exhibit will be featured in the Hippodrome Art Gallery for the next Artwalk Gainesville on Friday, Feb. 23, 2018, from 7 – 10 p.m., and open for the first preview of “Ripcord” at the Hippodrome Theatre the following week.

Pettigrew is a Florida artist who composes her drawings based on the people and objects around her in everyday life.  Graphite powder and pencil are her primary materials, and she sometimes incorporates paint, pastel chalk and found objects.

“These images come to me in the shower, theater, market, and street complete with smells, sounds, and visions seldom shared until they are actualized,” Pettigrew said.

Pettigrew admires artists Chuck Close, Joan Miro and Cy Twombly, and they inspire her artistic style. She describes her collection as an evolution from hyperrealism to psychological surrealism.

“I come from honesty in my approach, making work that isn’t always pretty,” Pettigrew said. “These pieces are about emotion, often without cognitive consideration: recording reality with a twist and my own hypersensitive view.”

We hope to see you there!

– Your friends at the Hipp

Mar
23
Fri
Karaoke March 23rd
Mar 23 @ 7:30 pm
Karaoke March 23rd

Friday, March. 23 | 7:30 p.m. – 12:00 a.m

Come to the Hipp to belt out your favorite songs with us — we’re bringing karaoke back to the Lower Level on Friday, March 23!

Have fun with your friends at the Hipp during this FREE event. If you’re fearless, you can head right up to belt out your favorite lyrics. For everyone else, we’ll keep our bartender pouring drinks if you need a dose of liquid courage.

It’s time to mark your calendars, Gainesville. Our doors will be open at 7:30 p.m., and you can sing Madonna and Prince all the way until midnight.

Mar
30
Fri
Art Walk featuring Sherrie Pettigrew’s Art
Mar 30 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Art Walk featuring Sherrie Pettigrew's Art

Sherrie Pettigrew will be featured at the Hippodrome Art Gallery for March’s Artwalk Gainesville! Come by the Hipp during your jaunt around downtown. Sip some wine and see her collection Friday, March 30 from 7 – 10 p.m.

Pettigrew is a Florida artist who composes her drawings based on the people and objects around her in everyday life. Graphite powder and pencil are her primary materials, and she sometimes incorporates paint, pastel chalk and found objects.

“These images come to me in the shower, theater, market, and street complete with smells, sounds, and visions seldom shared until they are actualized,” Pettigrew said.

Pettigrew admires artists Chuck Close, Joan Miro and Cy Twombly, and they inspire her artistic style. She describes her collection as an evolution from hyperrealism to psychological surrealism.

“I come from honesty in my approach, making work that isn’t always pretty,” Pettigrew said. “These pieces are about emotion, often without cognitive consideration: recording reality with a twist and my own hypersensitive view.”

Apr
6
Fri
Hippvana Nights: April 6 in the Lower Level
Apr 6 @ 8:45 pm
Hippvana Nights: April 6 in the Lower Level

A hot night of salsa dancing in the Hipp Lower Level begins with a salsa dancing class taught by Bailecaliente GAINESVILLE at 8:45 p.m. for just $5 at the door.

At 9:45 p.m., DJ Elio Piedra brings the party when floor opens up for a night of spicy salsa dancing FREE and open to the public!

Food will be Latin Faire by Abuella’s (the same folks who run Flaco’s!), and will include vegan & meat empanadas as well as cuban sandwiches.

Elio is a DJ with live beats so people can move with the rhythm of his live percussion. Heat up the hippodrome with your salsa skills!

Elio began his percussion career in Cuba, studying at the National Conservatory of Music and performing in the most important regional musical festivals. He made his U.S. debut performing in Miami and moved to Gainesville shortly after. Now, Elio is a local piano and drums instructor as well as a performing musician.

To get $2 off your first drink at the bar, mark yourself as “going” and check-in on Facebook that night!

Apr
13
Fri
4/13: Karaoke Night with 352Creates!
Apr 13 @ 7:30 pm
4/13: Karaoke Night with 352Creates!

Belt out your favorite tunes starting at 7:30 p.m. on April 13 at Karaoke Night at the Hippodrome as part of 352Creates’ monthly “Create in Place” initiative.

352Creates believes that creativity connects our community and makes us healthier and stronger. Anyone, using even the simplest of materials, can create something amazing. Artists can get some relief by letting out their expression and students getting away from campus for the evening can come together to absorb some of the vibrant downtown culture and share a microphone!

The Hipp hosts karaoke night to act on the theatre’s commitment to providing community events that bring people together. Events like this encourage people to discover the magical destination of downtown Gainesville and explore their creativity.

Anyone can step into the limelight and sing the hits from their high-school days, their childhood favorites or chart-topping classics! Whatever it is, this night is sure to be fun and fabulous.

When the Hipp puts on events like this, the Hipp becomes a place where a diverse group of people can come together and feel a sense of community while having a good time. The event is free and open to the public, and the basement bar will be open for those who need a little liquid courage before their performances.

Apr
14
Sat
4/14: The Threetles at the Hipp Lower Level
Apr 14 @ 8:00 pm
4/14: The Threetles at the Hipp Lower Level
See THE THREETLES live Saturday, April 14 in the Hipp Lower Level! Doors at 8 p.m. and the music starts at 9 p.m.
 
The Beatles started in the underground of the Cavern Club in Liverpool, England, before going on to lead the British Invasion across the Atlantic.
 
And now, right here in Gainesville, the Threetles play the Hipp Lower Level! It’s the closest band to the Beatles, in the location closest to the Cavern Club in Gainesville!
 
The Cavern Club was a warehouse cellar venue with columns and stone walls — just like the Lower Level. Get ready to twist and shout, and come on down to the Hipp to rock out to your favorite Beatles tribute band, THE THREETLES, keeping the beat alive.
 
This is a donation-based event, all proceeds donate the non-profit hosting, the Hippodrome Theatre. Arts funding was slashed this year, and the Hippodrome Theatre is doing everything possible to keep bringing you excellent theatre, cultural, and special events like this one!
Apr
25
Wed
House of Tomorrow One-Night-Only Screening
Apr 25 @ 7:30 pm
House of Tomorrow One-Night-Only Screening

Gainesville’s ONE-NIGHT-ONLY showing of “The House of Tomorrow” screens Wednesday, April 25, at the Hippodrome Cinema! The preshow begins at 7:30 p.m., and the movie screens at 8. Selection of the San Francisco International Film Festival.

“A sheltered teen and a latter-day punk become unlikely musical partners in a coming-of-age drama starring Asa Butterfield, Alex Wolff, Ellen Burstyn and Nick Offerman.

Awkward straight arrow meets broody rebel in The House of Tomorrow, a confident and perfectly cast debut feature…in a story that emphasizes the sweet redemptive power of punk rock, not its purported menace. But there isn’t a false note in the performances, and the pairing of Asa Butterfield and Alex Wolff, as mismatched Minnesota teens who start a band, is an absolute delight…a world-premiere selection of the San Francisco International Film Festival.

As to the music, the boys’ thrashing is well complemented by a soundtrack of Black Flag, The Stranglers, Stiff Little Fingers, Richard Hell and other punk luminaries, with Rob Simonsen’s score offering a cheerful counterpoint, in tune with the feel-good gist of the story. Livolsi pays attention to the sort of nitty-gritty details that many let’s-start-a-band movies gloss over (a notable exception being the Swedish gem We Are the Best!): learning chords, brainstorming a name for the group, writing lyrics. As to the latter, Jared gets the ball rolling with “What are we pissed about?”

– The Hollywood Reporter

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE!

ONE NIGHT ONLY:
Wednesday, 4/25: 7:30 p.m.