The Kid Brother: Silent film accompanied by The Mighty Wurlitzer Organ

Main Stage
Appropriate for all ages

May 8th 2022, 2:00 pm

American comedy classic

With Clark Wilson on the Mighty Wurlitzer Organ

The Kid Brother is a 1927 American comedy classic silent film starring Harold Lloyd. It was successful and popular upon release and today is considered by critics and fans to be one of Lloyd’s best films, integrating elements of comedy, romance, drama and character development. Its storyline is an homage to a 1921 film called “Tol’able David,” although it is essentially a re-make of a little-known 1924 Hal Roach feature, “The White Sheep,” starring Glenn Tryon.

Winner of “The Theatre Organist of the Year Award” in 1998, Clark Wilson has been an organist and conservator for the last thirty years. With a multitude of performances, in addition to having seven albums under his belt, Clark Wilson shares his passion with students as an organ faculty member at the University of Oklahoma, teaching silent film scoring, organ lessons as well as the history of the American theater organ. A talented musician and live performer, Clark’s magical sounds have led to yearly presentations at the Los Angeles Philharmonic Society at the Walt Disney Concert Hall organ. The Hanover Theatre and Conservatory is proud to announce Clark Wilson on the Mighty Wurlitzer Organ, May 8th at 2pm, accompanying the beloved 1927 comedy: The Kid Brother. Come laugh your afternoon away, as you travel back in time with this American Comedy Classic. 

All tickets are $20. Seating is general admission. Contact the box office at 877.571.SHOW (7469) for more information. A $5 discounts per ticket for groups of 10 or more.

Groups of 10 or more: Book your group early and save money!

Please note, proof of COVID-19 vaccination will not be required for this performance. The wearing of a CDC-approved mask is optional.


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