What Are YOU Doing Saturday Night?

If you don’t have any thing planned, it might be worth your while to mosey on over to the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts (LHUCA) for a limited engagement you won’t forget.

Metropolis Elektro plays this weekend, a live concert and art event covering the original 1927 film written and directed by Fritz Lang and his wife, Thea Von Harbou. Originally a silent film, this re-imagining of sound and light put together by local artists Scott and Amy Faris promises to amaze.

The first sold-out showing opens tonight at 7pm in the Firehouse theatre (inside LHUCA). Tomorrow’s showing is also at 7pm. BUT WAIT! If you’re a student, come early, whip out your student I.D., and get in for just $10! There are a limited number of tickets so plan on being there early enough to get your spot! These tickets go on sale at 6:45pm Saturday night.


So, really, what are you doing tomorrow night? This is an opportunity you won’t want to miss.


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