Free Silent Film with music, Wednesday, April 3, 2013, Film 7 p.m.
Pr-screening discussion 6:30pm "The Mark of Zorro" (1920) Douglas Fairbanks Sr.
Rogers Center for the Arts, Merrimack College,
315 North Turnpike St., North Andover, Mass. (978)[masked].
Host: Steve Ob1. [masked] [masked] Carpooling from Nashua & south
Please join my friends and I for an evenings experinence in the past. This 1920 film will be accompanied by Jeff Rapsis: a writer/editor, educator, and also a composer and performer who specializes in creating live musical scores for silent film screenings. I plan to attend the 6:30 pm. Pr-screening discussion.
Douglas Fairbanks Sr. stars in the still-thrilling original adaptation. Great crowd-pleaser that had an enormous impact on popular culture, including inspiration for the "Batman" comic book series. Silent film on the campus of Merrimack College; program hosted by noted author Christopher DiGrazia, who hosts a pre-screening discussion at 6:30 p.m. Free admission. For more information, visit the Rogers Center online.
Rte 495 North
Merge onto RT-114 E/Salem Turnpike via EXIT 42A toward Middleton
Merrimack College Rogers Center for the arts
Jeff Rapsis is a writer/editor, educator, and also a composer and performer who specializes in creating live musical scores for silent film screenings. He does other things, too. Specific talents include an ability to place coins on either elbow and then catch them in the same hand before they hit the floor, though sometimes he misses and the coins go flying just everywhere. He's also an award-winning journalist, newspaper publisher, and owner of multiple dogs. Contact: jeffrapsis (at) gmail.com
I will have a Meetup sign in my hand and also, a Meetup name tag on.