Shadow of a Doubt
Introduced by John Kelly
1943, USA, Alfred Hitchcock, 108 min.
Starring: Teresa Wright, Joseph Cotten and Macdonald Carey
Free ticket with a $7 bar minimum.
Tickets are available for pick-up after 6:45 p.m. at the will call table in the K2 Lounge (limited capacity).
Did You Know?
- Of all his films, this was Alfred Hitchcock’s favorite; of all her films, this was also Teresa Wright’s favorite.
- The name of the waltz played throughout the film is “The Merry Widow Waltz.”
- There are many references to vampires in the film to illuminate the similarities between Uncle Charlie’s corruption of the youth and Dracula’s draining of blood from living beings.
About the Speaker:
John Kelly is a performance and visual artist who creates character-driven performance works. His subjects have included Joni Mitchell, Antonin Artaud, and Caravaggio. He has collaborated with composers David Del Tredici, Laurie Anderson, Natalie Merchant, and Antony. Acting credits include the Broadway production of James Joyce’s The Dead (Bartel D’Arcy), and The Clerk’s Tale (Spencer Reese), a film by James Franco. He choreographed and performed (as Krishna) in Douglas Cuomo’s Arjuna’s Dilemma at BAM. His awards include Bessies, Obies, the NEA, and an Alpert Award. Fellowships include the Guggenheim, The Radcliffe Institute, Sundance, USA Artists 2012, and The American Academy in Rome. He will sing ’The Caravaggio Songs’ at Joe’s Pub on November 11th.