Tilda-Whirl - Orlando
Orlando, directed by Sally Potter, run time - 1 hr. 34 min, 1996, rated - PG-13
Saturday, April 2nd, 12 pm
PLEASE NOTE: The Friday, April 1st showing of Orlando has been canceled.
About: In one of her most prolific gender-bending roles, Tilda plays the title character of Orlando, who over the course of 4 centuries of English history changes from man to woman in this film based on the novel by Virginia Woolf. Costumes, costumes, costumes!
Location: Portland Art Museum, Whitsell Auditorium
Doors open: 11:30 am
Event begins: 12 pm
Event website: PAM CUT
COVID OVERVIEW - PAM CUT will comply with any Federal or State health precautions that may be in place at the time of the screening. COVID-19 safety protocols for the Whitsell Auditorium no longer include a mask requirement, though showing proof of full COVID-19 vaccine prior to entry to the auditorium is still required. Additionally, the Whitsell and all spaces throughout the Museum have high-quality HVAC that circulates air at 133,440 CFM cubic feet per minute of triple-filtered air. CO2 monitors also automatically adjust for conditions.
We will accept any of the following:
You may also be asked to show your photo ID along with proof of vaccination.
Tickets are non-refundable.