The Music Box teams up with Dick O'Day and Hell in a Handbag Productions the trio noted for presenting the best (and worst) in camp movies under the moniker Camp Midnight are very pleased to present a one-of-a-kind screening of the infamous 1962 film WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE? to celebrate National Sisters Day on Saturday, August 7. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Queer Film Society and Vital Bridges.
The event begins at 2:00 pm with a Camp Midnight pre-show hosted by Dick O'Day and featuring David Cerda, Artistic Director of Hell in a Handbag Productions. The pre-show will include a matching sister outfit costume parade (with prizes), sing-a-long at the Music Box organ, and much more. Then the 1962 film WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE? will be screened, complete with interactive audience guide and hilarious running commentary from O’Day and Cerda.
The Music Box screening of Baby Jane marks a new entry in the successful four year Camp Midnight series which presents “the best of the worst” in camp cinema and which includes annual showings of Mommie Dearest (on Mother’s Day) and The Poseidon Adventure (New Year’s Eve). The series also hosted a sold out screening of the camp classic VALLEY OF THE DOLLS with star Patty Duke in person.
The National Sisters Day Event!!!
Camp Midnight Presents What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?