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Italy: A Journey to the Amalfi Coast, Rome, Florence and Venice
with Marlin Darrah

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About the Film

Italy - a country with a staggering wealth of history, culture and natural beauty.  The country is synonymous with romance and inspiration. Join filmmaker Marlin Darrah on a journey that showcases the eternal city of Rome, the incomparable gondola-laden waterways of Venice, the Renaissance treasure that is Florence, and finally the Amalfi coast, which is arguably the most beautiful in the world - with its lustrous villages and lemon groves clinging to sides of mountains cascading down to the Mediterranean. 

Filmmaker Marlin Darrah is the award-winning executive director and cinematographer of the renowned Portland, Oregon-based production company International Film & Video. Darrah’s 35 years of production experience have taken him to more than 140 countries worldwide, yielding more than 90 documentary and travel-adventure programs to date that have run on the Discovery Channel, the History Channel, PBS, and more.

Monday, March 11, 2013 and
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
7:30pm
The Marquee at Union South

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Please choose:
Monday:  Film  |  Buffet
Tuesday: Film  |   Buffet

Ticket Prices

General Public: $12
Wisconsin Union Members: $10
UW Faculty/Staff:
$10
UW-Madison Students: $5

Pre-Show Dinner Prices

Pre-show dinners are located at
Varsity Hall III, Union South, 5:30pm

Dinner:
$17

Dinner Menu:
Caprese Spears
Crostinis with Sour Cream/Horseradish/Roast Beef/Blue Cheese crumbles and chives
Caesar Salad
Vegetarian Tomato Florentine Soup
Foccacia Bread with olive oil, balsamic and cracked pepper
Italian Squash Medley
Broccoli Rabe
Sausage Gnocchi with tomato vodka cream sauce
Parmesan Cheese Polenta coins
Penne Pasta
Chicken Marsala
Eggplant Parmesan
Venetian Fudge BottomPie
Easter Pie

Parking

Fee: $5
In Lot 80 below Union South

Related Links

Marlin Darrah on Vimeo: Go >>
Wikipedia on Italy: Go >>
Amalfi Coast: Go >>



SPONSORS: The Theater Season is supported in part with funds from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment for the Arts.