An Oscar-sweeping favorite, Slumdog explores the stinging poverty from which Jamal emerges to fulfill his destiny on the hot seat of the Indian version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? This British film doesn’t flinch from darkness, but also dispatches time-tested Bollywood sentiments of good and bad brothers, pure love, and enraptured dance.
For over a dozen years, the Joseph M. Bryan, Jr., Theater in the Museum Park, a 2,700-capacity open-air theater (and a work of art in itself!), has made the North Carolina Museum of Art a favorite destination for lovers of great music and movies as well as fine art and sculpture. Experience the best in the arts—indoors and out—at the North Carolina Museum of Art.
Tickets for all concerts can be purchased on-line or by calling the Museum Box Office at (919) 715-5923. Movie tickets must be purchased in person or by calling the Museum Box Office.
The Box Office opens two hours prior to all outdoor performances and movies. No refunds or exchanges, unless event is canceled due to adverse weather conditions and headlining performer completes fewer than 30 minutes of the scheduled performance.
$3 General Admission (unless otherwise noted)
Free to Museum members and children 6 and under.
Members must show current membership card and photo ID at the Museum Box Office.