Dallas Chamber Symphony presents UnSilent Film: Charlie Chaplin’s The Kid
A double bill of music and film, the ensemble first transports you to a foggy nighttime harbor (via Ingram Marshall’s sounds for the electro-acoustically inclined) then invites you to contemplate the ocean’s mysteries and perils through Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Kevin Puts’ sensitive sea settings. Dallas Chamber Symphony's accompaniment will be under the direction of Richard McKay.
After intermission you can unwind watching Charlie Chaplin’s The Kid. The highest grossing film of 1921, and widely considered one of the greatest films of the silent era, this heartwarming dramatic comedy will send you home smiling.