The Grace Hudson Museum is delighted to present the Ukiah Valley premiere of "The Silent Musical," a movie created by Anderson Valley artists Cob (writer and director) and Daniel McDonnell (music composer). The screening will start at 6 p.m. and will be followed by a conversation with the creators. The Museum itself will be open from 5 to 8 p.m. As always on First Fridays, the screening and admission to the Museum is free, and the film is suitable for all ages.
"The Silent Musical" was originally conceived as a stage play and produced at the Anderson Valley Solar Grange in November 2017. Soon after, Cob and McDonnell adapted their play into a film, replicating the look and feel of an old-time silent movie. The movie features an original score performed in the film by a live band, as well as performances by a talented Anderson Valley cast.
As well as the movie, visitors can also check out the Museum’s various exhibits and the Wild Gardens outdoor nature area. The Grace Hudson Museum is at 431 Main St. in Ukiah. For more information please visit www.gracehudsonmuseum.org or call 467-2836.