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Thelma and Louise

Directed by Ridley Scott



In a gripping turn of events, Thelma and Louise’s two day vacation turns into life on the run when Louise shoots the man who tries to rape Thelma. This high energy film features a star-studded cast, including Susan Sarandon as the fiery waitress Louise, Geena Davis as the meek housewife Thelma, and others such as Harvey Keitel and Brad Pitt. Winning both an Academy Award and Golden Globe for Best Screenplay by Callie Khouri, Thelma & Louise uses explosive action to tell a poignant story of friendship and feminism.

Polly Carl is the director and editor of HowlRound: A Center for the Theater Commons at Emerson College. Her work at HowlRound is focused on promoting practices for 21st Century theater making based on the core principle that theater is for everyone. Over fifteen years in professional theater she has focused on developing and producing new plays, working with dozens of playwrights and theater companies from around the country. She spent two years as Director of Artistic Development at Steppenwolf Theatre and served eleven years at the Playwrights' Center in Minneapolis seven as Producing Artistic Director. She regularly teaches, consults, and mentors. In addition to continuing to make theater, she now devotes significant energy to researching innovative practices for the theater and writing and publishing essays. Her Ph.D. in Comparative Studies in Discourse and Society is from the University of Minnesota.


Special conversation with Polly Carl on “The End of Feminism: The Cultural Impact of Thelma and Louise” following the APR 05 @ 6pm screening!


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APRIL 5 @ 6PM
APRIL 6 @ 9PM

  • Location Bright Family Screening Room
  • Running Time 130 minutes
  • Year 1991
  • Format Blu-Ray, Color
  • Special conversation with Polly Carl on “The End of Feminism: The Cultural Impact of Thelma and Louise” following the APR 05 @ 6pm screening!

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