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90 - CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, Feb. 24 - Monday, Feb. 27, 2006 PRIDE KEIRA KNIGHTLEY & PREJUDICE "SIMPLY AND ABSOLUTELY GLORIOUS Submitted photo 'The Milton Theatre will show the Oscar-nominated film, Pride & Prejudice" on March 3-4. Miton Theatre screens Firth Just in time for the Oscars, the nonprofit Milton Theatre, in downtown Milton, will be show- ing the Academy Award nominat- ed movie, "Pride & Prejudice" Friday and Saturday, March 3-4 at 7 p.m. General admission is $2.50. Doors will open at 6:15 p.m. with a full complement of movie concessions available. "Pride & Prejudice," based on Jane Austen's beloved novel and starring Keira Knightley, is nomi- nated in four categories including Performance by an Actress in a , Leading Role and Best Original Score. Oscar winners will be aroaounced at the 78th Annual Academy Awards on Sunday, March 5. This classic tale of love and values unfolds in the class-con- scious England of the late 18th century. Knightley, in her nomi- nated role as Elizabeth Bennet, plays a young woman whose live- ly, intelligent manner captivates the wealthy Mr. Darcy, played by Matthew MacFadyen, despite her lack of prominent family connec- tions. Elizabeth is at first put off by his proud manner and his dis- in'Prejudice' dain for the ill-judged behavior of her mother and four younger sis- ters. The growing attraction between them, however, will cause both Elizabeth and Darc , to reassess their initial impres- sions as they discover each other's true character. Film veter- ans, Judi Dench and" Donald Sutherland also star in this newest movie adaptation of "Pride and Prejudice," one of the most popu- lar titles in English literature Area movie lovers can look forward to a regular monthly schedule of classic and documen- tary films at the newly renovated Milton Theatre, as well as, the showing of some of the most pop- ular contemporary and animated movies, after their release in dig- ital format. The multiuse facility also serves as a performing arts and cultural center, and is a unique venue available for com- munity and private programming. All proceeds are reinvested back into the general operation and ongoing renovation of the historic Theatre, located at 110 Union Street. For more information call 684-3400. NII-ATL41TIg'S @LBEST~ LAISEST All lEST ATTEIIEI IESREATIOIAL VEII~ E SISal! i MAltYLAND STATE F RGROUNDS I , " DIr~OUHT COUPON , , TIMONIUM, MARYLAND a , :Produced By Maryland Recreational Vehicle Dealers Association I U ]lm ~ ! i : 11 &m,- 6 lull I 24 1