Wednesday 9/17 & Thursday 9/18 at 7:00pm
Charlotte Le Bon
“This feel-good tale
about an Indian family
setting up a restaurant
across the road from one
with a Michelin star
celebrates things all
cultures can get behind:
SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS
FRIDAY 9/19 & SATURDAY 9/20 at 7:00pm
SUNDAY 9/21 at 3:00pm & 7:00pm
WEDNESDAY 9/24 & THURSDAY 9/25 at 7:00pm
“THE TRIP TO ITALY”
sequel to “The Trip”.
Comedians Steve Coogan
and Rob Brydon-
versions of themselves),
on a restaurant tour
around Italy: Tuscany,
Rome, Amalfi and ending
“At its heart,
The Trip to Italy
is more than just a
food. It’s about
the appetite for
COMING OCTOBER 2nd & 3rd
SILENT BUSTER KEATON COMEDIES!
THE ALLEN ALDEN ENSEMBLE:
“THE BLACKSMITH” (1922)
“HAUNTED HOUSE” (1921)
“ONE WEEK” (1920)
Something Old and Something New: Some of the funniest
Silent Buster Keaton comedies ever made, accompanied
live by the Andrew Alden Ensemble, a contemporary and
electronic chamber music group from Boston, MA. Included
in the film line up, Keaton’s first independent film, “One Week”
(1922) in which two newlyweds, (Buster Keaton and Sybil Seely),
receive a build-it-yourself house as a wedding gift. The house can
be built, supposedly, in “one week”. A rejected suitor secretly re-
numbers packing crates. The movie recounts Keaton’s struggle to
assemble the incorrectly numbered parts.
The Andrew Alden Ensemble brings together a fascinating
collaboration of rock music and contemporary classical
composition including percussion, synthesizer, piano, violin,
viola and electronic production. Their music combines the
influence of Steve Reich, Philip Glass, David Lang, Radiohead,
Velvet Underground and Krzysvtof Penderecki to create a
beautiful and haunting sound.
Andrew Alden Ensemble presents Buster Keaton at the Harbor Theatre
Thursday 10/2 and Friday 10/3 at 7:00pm. Tickets $10. (Adults) $8.00
(Seniors/Children) at the door.
Reservations accepted in advance.
Please support the theatre by purchasing
Gift Certificates, Memberships & Screen ads.
Rent the theatre for your next party or special event. (See “Pages” for details)
Thanks to generous community support, the theatre converted to digital projection on 5/8/2013
The conversion was necessary because the movie industry will no longer
distribute movies on 35mm film after this year.