Greenwich Village: Music That Defined a Generation is a feature-length documentary about the Greenwich Village music scene and how it sparked everlasting political, social and cultural changes. For the first time, the greatest singer-songwriters, authors, and performers from Greenwich Village reflect on how they collectively became the voice of a generation. Through poignant interviews, rare archival footage and new live performances, Greenwich Village tells a story about community, courage, and most importantly - music.
Their music was heard. Their message universal. Their outcome revolutionary.
(2012, 92 min.)
Let's gather inside the Law Building on the lower level stair landing (look for the green tiara). As you are facing the theater doors, we will be on the right stair landing. There are several buildings associated with the museum. Please be sure that you are in the Law Building.
Tickets are $9.00. MFAH Members, senior adults, youth, and students with identification receive a $2.00 discount. Tickets can be purchased online in advance or at the museum.
Free parking is available in four surface lots north of the Law Building. Two are along Main Street: one at Bissonnet, one at Oakdale; and two are off Montrose Boulevard: one at the Glassell Studio School and one at the Glassell Junior School.
Garage parking is available for $6.00 with proof of museum admission. The entrance is on Binz, marked by a large, yellow arrow.