$78: VIP Reception with Cast/Crew + General Admission + 1 Glass of Rose + Donation (Sections 2 & 3)
$23: VIP Reception with Cast/Crew + General Admission + 1 Glass of Rose (Sections 2 & 3)
$12: Standard Adult (All Sections)
Join us on February 13 for an exciting Galentine’s Day screening of the award-winning film Ginger
and a Q&A with the directors before its scheduled release in late 2020!
Inspired by a true story, Ginger
is a 23-year-old woman’s pretty funny, slightly sad, powerfully emotional guide to breast cancer that has received glowing reviews from audiences and film festivals around the world.
The screening will be followed by a Q&A with director and metastatic breast cancer thriver Melissa Boratyn, director Jimmy Boratyn, and several members of the cast and crew.
The first “Ginger” screening of 2020 is presented by Cook County Commissioner Bridget Degnen. It is co-sponsored by 46th District State Representative Deb Conroy, 43rd Ward Alderman Michele Smith, 7th District State Senator Heather Steans, and 11th District State Representative Ann M. Williams.
A portion of the proceeds from this event will support the American Cancer Society.
Please support and thank our community partners:
Liberty Mutual, 18th District
American Cancer Society
State Representative Robyn Gabel
Commissioner Bridget Degnen
State Rep. Ann Williams
Ald. Matt Martin
Ald. Scott Waguespack
Ald. Michele Smith
State Sen. Heather Steans
State Rep. Deb Conroy
Norwegian American Hospital
Cook County Commission on Women's Issues
Ginger - Athenaeum Theatre Screening Trailer from Shot Time Productions on Vimeo.