Sunday, November 3, 2019 @ 3:00 pm

SILENT FILM AT THE OPERA HOUSE

 

STEAM BOAT BILL JR.

 

Steamboat Bill is excited that his son (Steamboat Bill Jr.) is coming to visit him. When he does, he tries to turn him into a proper person for working on the boats, while his son resists. Meanwhile, Kitty, a girl that he knows from school in Boston, spots him and introduces him to her father, a rival of Steamboat Bill. He tries to be alone with her, but gets caught several times, and is given a ticket back to Boston. Steamboat Bill gets arrested for unruly conduct (on a condemnation notice of his boat) and it's up to Bill Jr. to rescue his dad - in the middle of a cyclone storm.

 

Lynne Long provides the background music for the movie incorporating songs chosen from the 1920’s, ragtime, classical, oldies, college fight songs, and a wide range of music matched to the action.

 

Tickets cost $12.00 General Admission, $10.00 Seniors (60+) and Students and can be purchased on line at wwwbrownpapertickets.com

 

or reserve tickets at the box office by calling 419-2371

 

 

 

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