All About ‘Chicago’

At the Ross School in East Hampton

Rob Marshall and John DeLuca will screen and discuss their film adaptation of the Broadway musical “Chicago” on Sunday in the Senior Lecture Hall at the Ross School in East Hampton as part of the Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center’s American Values film series.

The film was as successful as the theatrical production, winning an Academy Award for best picture of 2002 along with five other Oscars. A comedy musical, the story addresses themes of celebrity, scandal, and corruption in Jazz Age Chicago. Mr. Marshall, a veteran of the theater, directed and choreographed the film. The free screening and talk will begin at 2 p.m.