Silent Movies Made Musical

Sunday, Mar 3, 2024 from 3:00pm to 5:00pm
The Palace Danbury
165 Main Street
General Admission: USD 35.00

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Step back in time and experience the magic of the silent film era at Danbury's gem, The Palace Theater, which opened in 1928, during the Vaudeville and silent movie era!

Enjoy live music by the Danbury Vaudeville Orchestra, led by Michael Bank, as they accompany classic films: "The Immigrant" (1917), "The Idle Class" (1921) by Charlie Chaplin, and "Take a Chance" (1918) by Harold Lloyd.

You'll be transported to a bygone era with the delightful humor of Chaplin's iconic antics and Lloyd's comedic brilliance.

Concessions and more!

Free Parking in the Palace Theater lot on Keeler Street.

All proceeds go towards the programs of the Danbury Music Centre, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

Adults, $35

Children under 12, $15 (Must be accompanied by and adult)

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