- *CHANGED TO SUNDAY*
Aug 9, 2020
The screening of MY MAN GODFREY has been switched from Friday, 8/7 to the rain date of Sunday, 8/9. The screening will begin between 8:30pm–8:45pm.
If you already purchased a ticket for Friday, we will honor it for Sunday’s screening, or you may apply it toward a different outdoor film screening. You may request a refund as well. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
TSL Presents: PARKING LOT LIVE!
TSL opens up its spacious, 20,000-square-foot parking lot for a safe and socially distanced food, music, and film series. Featuring our brand-new outdoor stage and movie screen.
Rain Date 8/9
Movie screening at 8:45pm. TSL opens an hour beforehand for tamales, popcorn, candy, and beverages.
MASKS REQUIRED! Capacity limited to fifty seats per evening. Ticket of $10 general / $8 members includes a chair and social distancing space.
Advanced ticket sales encouraged. Schedule and safety guidelines subject to change.
Support! If you would like to support the Parking Lot Live program, you may make a contribution here.
MY MAN GODFREY (1936): Carole Lombard and William Powell dazzle in this definitive screwball comedy by Gregory La Cava – a potent cocktail of romantic repartee and social critique. Irene (Lombard), an eccentric, wealthy Manhattanite, wins a society-ball scavenger hunt after finding a “forgotten man” (Powell) – an apparent down-and-out drifter – at a dump. She gives him work as the family butler and soon falls head over heels for him. Her attempts to both woo Godfrey and indoctrinate him in the household’s dysfunction make for a string of madcap high jinks that has never been bested. La Cava’s deft film was the first to garner Oscar nominations in all four acting categories, and it is one of Hollywood’s greatest commentaries on class and the social unrest of the Depression era. 1936. 1h33m.