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Moonlight Sonata Staff Pick

When: Tue., Sept. 17 2019
Moonlight Sonata, a deeply personal memoir about a deaf boy, his deaf grandfather, and Ludwig van Beethoven in the year he was struck by deafness and wrote his iconic sonata, screens tonight at 7:30 at the Capitol Theatre as part of the Cleveland Cinemas Fall Doc series. Director Irene Taylor Brodsky focuses on her deaf parents and her 11-year-old deaf son, who has cochlear implants and hears for the first time. There will be a post-film discussion hosted by the Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center. Regular admission rates apply. (Niesel)

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