Tuesday, May 23, 2023

Introducing THE PHILADELPHIA STORY for Last Remaining Seats on June 10


I'll be introducing The Philadelphia Story (1940) at the historic Los Angeles Theatre as part of Last Remaining Seats on June 10! It's a real honor to be invited by the Los Angeles Conservancy to be part of this beloved series. An additional honor is that they're allowing me to do my type of introduction, which will include a visual presentation. I can't wait to share the film's backstory along with how costume design was integral to the production along with its ongoing legacy.

Saturday, June 10
The Philadelphia Story (1940)

8 pm
Book signing with Larry Edmunds Bookshop before and after screening

Los Angeles Theatre
Downtown Los Angeles, CA

Click here to purchase tickets
$18 Members/$22 General public/$16 Youth

Some of the opulent Los Angeles Theatre, a 2,000-seat venue that opened in January 1931
with the help of Charlie Chaplin because he wanted City Lights (1931) to premiere here

The Los Angeles Conservancy launched Last Remaining Seats in 1987 to draw attention to the spectacular yet overlooked historic theatres of the city. The film series has since become a treasured summer tradition.

Click here to learn about the programming of the entire 2023 series.

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