Being a resident of the Coachella Valley in the summer isn’t always fabulous…in fact, some days are just flat-out hard. One of my favorite ways to avoid the heat, and the painful reality that often comes with it, is by leaving it all behind (or outside) as I relax in the theater and travel back in time through stories told via the silver screen. In the theater is where you can sink deep into your seat, soak up the air conditioning and travel to far-a-way lands all while watching a fantastic film. This Thursday, the Palm Springs Art Museum invites you to join them on a quick trip inside their time machine to the thunderous 1930’s! Share a few laugh with the Marx brother’s in their famous flick, Sullivan’s Travels.
Don’t get left behind, details below:
This Thursday evening….
…time travel back into the 1940’s
via a classic comedy film…
Sullivan’s Travels, 1941
at the Palm Springs Art Museum‘s Annenberg Theater
101 Museum Drive Palm Springs, CA
Movie director John L. Sullivan (Joel McCrea), fed up with the lightweight comedies that have made him a popular success, wishes to make a serious social statement with his next movie, “Oh Brother Where Art Thou?” Disguised as a tramp, he goes on the road to connect with the common people, where he meets a down-on-her-luck actress (Veronica Lake).
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