March 23: Dr. Strangelove This 1964 political film by Stanley Kubrick stars Peter Sellers, George C. Scott, and Sterling Hayden. The plot is about an insane general who triggers a path to nuclear holocaust that a war room full of politicians and generals frantically tries to stop. 8 p.m., $10. Emelin Theatre, 153 Library Lane, Mamaroneck, 914.698.0098;


Jacob Burns Film Center

March 6: The Midwife French with English subtitles. A 2017 film starring acclaimed French actresses Catherine Deneuve and Catherine Frot. This bittersweet drama follows the fraught relationship between Claire, a passionate but uptight midwife, and Béatrice, the free-spirited mistress of Claire's late father. 1 p.m., $13. 

March 13–29: Westchester Jewish Film Festival This event offers engaging, thought-provoking, and entertaining films circling around the Jewish culture in a hearty mix of narratives, documentaries, and TV. Time/Tickets: TBD. 

March 22: National Theatre Live: Julius Caesar This riveting tale begins with the return of a triumphant Caesar greeted by joyous throngs. Upset by his popularity, the educated elite conspire to bring him down, and civil war erupts. 3 p.m., $35. 

364 Manville Rd, Pleasantville, 914.773.7663;


Our Picks

Frankie & Johnny in the Claire De Lune is based on the 1991 romantic comedy film about a one-night-stand between a short-order cook and a waitress that becomes a conflicted relationship, with one seeing a loving future together and the other afraid of taking the chance for fear of being hurt.  Mar. 29–Apr. 8, Thur.–Sat. 7:30 p.m., Sun. 2 p.m., $25. Bridge Street Theatre, 44 West Bridge St, Catskill, 518.943.3818;  


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