Buster Keaton's The Goat
Silent film star Buster Keaton was a master of turning wrong-place-wrong-time situations into absolute hilarity, and perhaps nowhere is that more on display than in “The Goat”. Keaton’s character finds himself on a “wanted” poster just because he was standing near a photographer, and that’s just the beginning of his troubles in this 1921 classic. Now you can see the movie in all its glory at Dallas City Performance Hall with a new score by Jon Kull, whose film credits include “Avatar” and “The Hunger Games”. Before the movie starts, the Dallas Chamber Symphony will play works by Hindemith and Moravec to warm you up.
Richard McKay conducts
Tuesday, February 16 at 8:00 p.m.
Dallas City Performance Hall - 2520 Flora Street -
Offer Ends: 2/15 @ noon