Friday, March 14 at 6PM
Center Theater & Lobby
Center for the Arts
Co-presented by Center for the Arts and Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum
The Stagecoach’s legendary Sunday Night ‘church’ and Disco Night collide at this all-ages event that is the LAST CHANCE to see “The Stagecoach Bar: An American Crossroads” on the big screen in Jackson. You’ll also get a sneak peak at a new JenTen short. Come make a night of it and celebrate our history and our own locally-produced award-winning film going national. American Public Television will be distributing the documentary to public television stations throughout the country starting this spring. Creating this film was a community effort with over 200 individuals, foundations and businesses supporting the JHHSM’s project through tax-deductible donations.
Tickets: $15 at Center for the Arts: http://bit.ly/1gUrkuR
A Western Winter’s Eve will feature:
The Stagecoach Band
A Western Winter’s Eve will feature live music by the Stagecoach Band in the Center’s theater lobby, food by Genevieve Catering, dance instruction by Dancers’ Workshop and a cool display of historic winter photographs from the JHHSM’s collection. Join the party at 6 pm.
The Stagecoach Bar: An American Crossroads
This is the last chance to see the film on the BIG SCREEN in Center Theater. We have assigned seating this time, so folks can enjoy the music, dancing, food and socializing in the lobby before heading into the theater.
After the film, boogie down on Center Stage with The Spartan from WYOBASS.
Music, Dance & Film ‘Coach Style’
A Western Winter’s Eve will feature live music by the Stagecoach Band in the Center’s theater lobby, food by Cafe Genevieve, dance instruction by Dancers’ Workshop, a screening of the Coach film and disco dancing with a DJ on stage after the film.
“First you can try out your two-step and then, after the film, move on to the hustle. We’re planning a fun, music-filled night celebrating this milestone for the Stagecoach Film and the town of Jackson,” said Martha Bancroft, the Center’s director.
“I kept hearing from folks that they missed seeing the film on the big screen, so it seemed like a great idea to have one last screening this winter in honor of the recent news about national public television distribution. The last time we showed the film at the Center it was a sell out. We hope to do the same again. We have assigned seating this time, so folks can enjoy the music, dancing, food and socializing in the lobby before heading into the theater,” said Jennifer Tennican, the film’s producer.