CINEMATIQUE THEATER





CINEMATIQUE Volusia County’s
only arthouse cinema.
A 501(c)(3) non-profit.

Tue - Sat
Our box office opens 30 min. before posted showtime.


CLOSED
MONDAYS
AND SELECT SUNDAYS

242 S. Beach St.
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
info@cinematique.org
(386)-252-3118


NOW PLAYING





COMING SOON



HOUSE OF GUCCI

Dir. Ridley Scott
Opens January 28 - ONE WEEK ONLY

Parallel Mothers

Dir. Pedro Almodóvar
Opens January 28

ÁTAME! (Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down!)

Dir. Pedro Almodóvar
One time only on January 30


REMEMBERING SHARAN MAHANNAH


Sharan Dana Mahannah

June 24, 1943 ~ November 30, 2021

Sharan Mahannah, nee Sharan Dana Rawlinson, died of natural causes November 30 at her home in Ormond Beach.  Born June 24, 1943, in Seattle Washington to Woods and Virginia Rawlinson, Sharan was the oldest of three children.  In her childhood years, the family lived in Panama, Guatemala, and New York.  Sharan graduated from Plainedge High School in Massapequa, New York in 1961.  She then attended the University of Kentucky, graduating with a degree in microbiology.

“I can’t imagine life without Sharan,” said a dear friend upon learning of her passing.  Family and friends across the country feel the same.  Everyone is shocked and saddened at her sudden death.  Sharan was a world traveler and she easily made friends wherever she went.  From Kenya to Kathmandu, from Bhutan to the Baltic, she would engage anyone she met with her smile and her curiosity about their lives and cultures.

Sharan’s life was dedicated to taking care of the “little guy.”  She was a lifetime defender of animals, both domestic and wild.  She loved movies and was on the board of Cinematique.  Her costumed Oscar parties were legendary.  Passionate about politics, she was a founding member and secretary of the Ormond Beach Area Democratic Club.  She delighted in preparing the most adventurous dishes.  Her key lime pie had no equal.  Classic rock could be heard coming from her brightly colored home.

Before her retirement, she ran the microbiology lab at Halifax Medical Center and taught microbiology at Daytona State College.  Previous stops in her long and successful career included the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Shands Hospital in Gainesville, and South Miami Hospital.

Sharan was predeceased by her father, Woods.  Grieving survivors include her mother, Virginia; brother, Kennard (Claudia); nieces and nephews, David, Matthew, Adam, and Kaala; and many loving friends.  Her beloved sister Terry died unexpectedly the day after Sharan.

Obituary originally published by Lohman Funeral Home (lohmanfuneralhomes.com)





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Tue - Sat
Our box office opens 30 min. before posted showtime.


CLOSED MONDAYS
AND SELECT SUNDAYS
242 S. Beach St.
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
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info@cinematique.org
(386)-252-3118
   





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242 S. Beach St.
Daytona Beach, FL, 32114
(386)-252-3118
info@cinematique.org

Tuesday - Saturday
Our box office opens 30 minutes before the posted showtime.

CLOSED ON MONDAYS AND SELECT SUNDAYS