Let’s go back to the days when movies were called “flickers” with a Halloween double feature! Each film will be accompanied with a LIVE improvised score by world-renowned musician KEVIN COLE.
This is a benefit event with ALL PROCEEDS going to Bay City Players for improvements to their stage lighting system.
Each ticket you buy for these flickers helps keep the “flickers” from happening to our lights!
Buster Keaton's THE HAUNTED HOUSE (1921) tells the tale of a robbery gone wrong and Keaton's hapless bank clerk character falling into what seems to be a supernatural situation. In spite of its spooky title, The Haunted House is all comedy, no horror, and a crowd-pleaser that all ages will enjoy.
DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE (1920) is the first American Horror film. John Barrymore plays the humanitarian Dr. Henry Jekyll, who becomes obsessed with the notion of separating the good and evil impulses within every man. To this end, he develops a potion which unleashes his own darker side: the demonic Mr. Hyde.
Tickets available at www.baycityplayers.com or by calling 989-893-5555.