$2 of every ticket will go to musicandmemory.org

Alive Inside won the “Audience Award” at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.

The movie has Cincinnati roots.  The man who wrote the score also won a 1999 Grammy for Smooth, a Santana song.  His brother shot the film.

Dan Cohen, founder of the nonprofit organization Music & Memory, fights against a broken healthcare system to demonstrate music’s ability to combat memory loss and restore a deep sense of self to those suffering from it.

About: Michael Rossato-Bennett, Director/Producer

MV5BMTExNjQwMzk2MzReQTJeQWpwZ15BbWU4MDMzNjk5ODAx._V1_SY317_CR12,0,214,317_AL_Rossato-Bennett studied film at Temple University and studied lighting with family friend Vilmos Zigmond. In 1982 he shot Street Dance a one-hour documentary on the emerging Break-Dance and Tick-tism scene in Cincinnati, Ohio funded by the Ohio Arts Council. In 1984 he co-wrote and directed Victory House, a low-budget award-winning feature that follows the fates of three young men returning to small-town Ohio after WWll. In 1989, due to personal reasons, he gave up working in film and founded a photo studio in Cincinnati. He specialized in travel photography and shot for National Geographic, Smithsonian, Islands Magazine, Travel and Leisure, British Heritage among others and published two books and began producing films for non-profits and good causes. In 2014 his feature documentary ‘Alive Inside’ premiered at Sundance where it won the coveted Audience Award for Documentary. The film won Milan, Provincetown, Berkshie, Sonoma and awards at SIFF, Boulder and others. The film is changing the way we care for elders world wide. At present, Projector Media is in production on four documentaries.

 

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Welcome to the Murphy Theatre

The  Murphy Theatre is Clinton County’s destination for arts, entertainment and education. The Murphy is also an economic boost to the community by bringing in audiences from miles around to shop, eat and enjoy downtown Wilmington before and after our shows. We continue to provide the best in live entertainment and events throughout the year! 
Parking for Events
Parking for the Murphy Theatre is available on the street and is free in downtown Wilmington.  There are several city parking lots available within a block of the theatre.
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Directions to the Murphy
From Cincinnati and the south – Take I-71 north to the State Route 73 exit for Wilmington.  Turn right on St. Rte. 73 and continue to St. Rte. 68 exit.  Turn right on St. Rte. 68 and continue into Wilmington turning right at the first stop sign (N. South Street).  Turn right onto Locust Street and then left onto Mulberry.  Turn left on Main and the theatre is ahead of you on the right.

From Columbus and the north – Take I-71 south to the State Route 68 exit for Wilmington.  Turn left onto St. Rte. 68 and continue into Wilmington turning right at the first stop sign (N. South Street).  Turn right onto Locust Street and then left onto Mulberry.  Turn left on Main and the theatre is ahead of you on the right

From the west – Follow State Route 73 east until first Wilmington exit (Mitchell Road).  Turn right on Mitchell and then left at the stop sign onto Wayne Road.  Follow Wayne Rd; into Wilmington until it merges with Main Street.  The theatre will be on your right in downtown.

From the east – Follow State Route 22 west into Wilmington.  Turn left onto Mulberry Street and then left onto Main Street.  The theatre will be ahead of you on the right.

 

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