Scaramouche tells a tale of love and revenge

Scaramouche (1923)

Sunday, October 1 at 4PM
Bear Tooth Theatrepub

AFM Baroque Ensemble
Jonathan Salzedo, harpsichord
Laura Koenig, baroque flute
Dawn Lindsay, violin
Linda Ottum, cello

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Performance time: 2 hours including intermission.

Produced in collaboration with the Bear Tooth Theatrepub. An exclusive, hand-crafted Scaramouche cocktail and a full menu of food and drinks will be available for purchase.

Centennial silent film screening with live baroque orchestra

Premiering in the fall of 1923, Rex Ingram’s Scaramouche tells a tale of love and revenge during the French Revolution. This big-budget blockbuster of the silent era offers action-packed drama, stunning visuals, and unprecedented historical detail. Celebrate this epic film’s centennial with the elegance and fire of music from the 18th century, performed live on period instruments. As the rumbles of the revolution grow louder and louder, so do the refrains of the La Carmagnole and La Marseillaise. “Liberté, égalité, fraternité!”

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