THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2018 KENOSHA PUBLIC MUSEUM 5500 FIRST AVENUE KENOSHA, WI START TIME: 6:30pm
Experience the 1922 horror classic, Nosferatu, as no other venue can offer you. On Thursday, October 25, 2018, musicians and dancers will perform at the Kenosha Public Museum, 5500 First Avenue, while the film is projected on the big screen. Similar performances took place in 2010 in Kenosha at the Woman's Club and at UW-Parkside and the organizers and performers from those events are looking forward to bringing the experience to a new audience. The silent film will feature a score, composed by area musician Karel Suchy. He will also perform that evening. This is a free event. Start time is 6:30pm.
ABOUT THE FILM
The earliest surviving screen adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula novel has had a long and dangerous life of its own. Almost destroyed by Stoker's widow because of copyright infringement, this film has outlasted many others of the silent era. (nosferatumovie.com)
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