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Everything & Nothing at The Onyx

As a benefit for the Huntridge Foundation on October 5th, world-class musician Elizabeth Marshall performs live cello accompaniment to a slate of nine short silent films that are so last century: "A Trip To The Moon," the iconic lunar visual tour de force by George Méliès; "Cruel, Cruel Love," a comedic suicidal love story starring the incomparable Charlie Chaplin, "Those Awful Hats," another comedic short illustrating the problem with hats by DW Griffith; and more.

When: Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013
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Where: Onyx Theatre, 953 E. Sahara Avenue, Building 16, Las Vegas

Cost: $20

Age limit: Not available

Categories: Film, Theater

Event posted Sept. 11, 2013
Last updated Sept. 11, 2013

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