DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER, THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED AND WILL NOT BE RESCHEDULED.
Music: Fat Kid Wednesdays
The telepathic avant-jazz trio of Michael Lewis (saxophones), Adam Linz (bass), and JT Bates (drums) is respected internationally for their hearty stew of post-bop, free-flow freedom, and of-the-moment fervor. Open your ears and dig the next generation of jazz (influenced equally by Ornette Coleman, Björk, and Oval) by the young titans of the increasingly vital Twin Cities scene.
Movie: The Lady Eve
Cowritten and directed by Preston Sturges
Sturges twists the biblical fable of Adam and Eve into an elaborate romantic spoof with Barbara Stanwyck playing the seductress to Henry Fonda’s virginal patsy. In her first comedic role, Stanwyck dupes gullible millionaire Fonda not once, but twice—first posing as a sophisticated world traveler and second as English nobility. The dialogue clips speedily along in this tight, sexy, saucy romp. 1941, U.S., BW, 16mm, 97 minutes.
DJ: Cecile Cloutier