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On Saturday March 18, 2017, at 3:00pm, the Town Hall will present New York audiences with a rare opportunity to see The Cameraman, a 1928 silent classic and one of Buster Keaton's richest and funniest pictures, as it was meant to be seen: on the big screen and with live music accompaniment. The live soundtrack, created out of songs and instrumental music from the 1920s will be performed by Grammy-winning multi-instrumentalist Vince Giordano and his 11-piece band The Nighthawks.

The family matinee program is part of the Town Hall's new series "Shoots and Scores", and will feature a screening of the Laurel & Hardy short "Double Whoopee" from 1929 along with a special guest appearance by the vaudeville-inspired actor and comedian Bill Irwin, who will perform a special song and dance routine and comedic sketch.
TICKETS: $25/30/35
Ticketmaster 1-800-982-2787 http://www.ticketmaster.com/

Who is Bill Irwin? People tend to think of him as an actor, a dancer, a performance artist, a vaudeville clown. But he's also a producer, director, writer, and choreographer. Sometimes it's sort of hard to describe exactly what Bill does, but people who have seen him agree - he does it well.

Where have you seen him before?
  • Bill had recurring roles on the tv shows CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATIONS and LIGHTS OUT.
  • Bill plays Mister Noodle on the "Elmo's World" segment of SESAME STREET.
  • He's "that other guy" in Bobby McFerrin's video of "Don't Worry, Be Happy" with Robin Williams.
  • The Regard of Flight , which aired as part of PBS's GREAT PERFORMANCES series.
  • Northern Exposure, where he played "The Flying Man" who wooed Marilyn in seasons 3 ("Get Real") and 4 ("On Your Own").
  • His wonderful solo dance in the movie My Blue Heaven, starring Rick Moranis and Steve Martin.

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