Night At The Museum: Silent Movies with Richard Hughes
Samuel Slater Experience (31 Ray Street, Webster, MA 01570, Webster MA)
On Friday, November 4, Main Street in Webster circa 1916 will come alive at Samuel Slater Experience with Night at the Museum: Silent Movies with Richard Hughes. Pianist and historian Hughes will share the adventure, drama, romance, and comedy that characterized the silent movies of the early 1900s films in the Liberty Theater, along the recreation of Main Street that is one of the most popular exhibits at the museum.
It’s a trip back in time with the screening of two classic silent comedies both accompanied by Hughes. Charlie Chaplin’s The Immigrant is regarded by critics and enthusiasts as among his best work. Sherlock, Jr. starring Buster Keaton, has been named one of the American Film Institute’s 100 funniest movies of all time.
Popcorn and a cash bar set up in the lobby of the adjacent HotelMannexit will help make the evening complete.
Night at the Museum: Silent Movies with Richard Hughes at the Samuel Slater Experience 31 Ray Street, Webster MA November 4 from 5:30p -7:30pm. This free event is sponsored by the Webster Cultural Council. Reservations are encouraged at samuelslaterexperience.org.