Imagine yourself in a futuristic urban dystopia…there is a hero, a villain, and a virtuous maiden. There is thwarted love, teeth-gnashing, and a robot. This, friends, is Fritz Lang’s marvelous 1927 German expressionist film “Metropolis” and the Henry is screening it this Friday at 7 pm in our auditorium. And if that isn’t enough, the film (also considered to be the first science fiction film) will be accompanied by a new live musical score by Seattle experimental music collective GRID. Tickets are limited (and extremely reasonably priced) — get yours now!
Also on Friday, is a throatsinging workshop with Arrington de Dionyso. Did you catch his lecture last week? In this two-hour workshop, you’ll learn more about this ancient technique and, perhaps, find your own shamanistic ecstasy.
Plus, we’re still going strong with our summer Bike Friday program! Ride your bike to the Henry and get in FREE!