Bringing together the musical, visual, and dramatic arts, cinema has been one of the most important cultural forces in the past century. At Great Hearts Irving Theometha events, interested students and faculty gather together to refine their taste for this artistic form by watching some of the greatest examples of film yet produced, such as Chaplin’s City Lights and Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai. At the same time, Theometha aims at the simpler but more important goal of cultivating friendships within the Great Hearts community by providing a common source of delight for our community to come to love together.
Friday, October 8th at 2:30pm | Charlie Chaplin’s The Great Dictator
Friday, October 22nd | Charlie Chaplin’s Modern Times
Friday, November 5th | Charlie Chaplin’s City Lights (originally November 12th)
Admission and Concessions
To pay for the copyrights for these films, we will be charging for admission and concessions this year.
Admissions – $3/student
Admissions & Concessions – $5/student
Payments can be brought to the front desk up to two weeks before each event, and up until the event begins. Students should also signup here.
Who Can Attend?
All high school students (grades 9-12) are invited to attend, as well as middle school students (grades 6-8) with written parent consent. Sign your student up here!