Philip on film

UT Performance Arts Center's Philip Glass Series schedule

UT Performing Arts Center presents "Philip on Film," October 2-6, 8pm, at Hogg Auditorium (UT campus, 24th & Whitis). Tickets cost $36 per night and may be pre-ordered at Call the box office with questions at 471-1444.

TUE, 10/2
New Short Films by Atom Egoyan, Peter Greenaway, Shirin Neshtat, and Michal Rovner

WED, 10/3
Powaqqatsi D: Godfrey Reggio (1988)

THU, 10/4
La Belle et La Bête D: Jean Cocteau (1946)

FRI, 10/5
Dracula D: Tod Browning (1931)

SAT, 10/6
Koyaanisqatsi D: Godfrey Reggio (1983)

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    UT Performing Arts Center presents a Philip Glass retrospective, "Philip on Film," with Glass performing live his film compositions.

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