Mourning Sickness - Romy and Michele's High School Reunion [In-Person Only]
January 15, 2023:
8pm pre-show entertainment
8:30pm reunion time!
$17 General Admission
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*** About this event: ***
"If anybody needs to make a call, I've got a phone!"
Two valley girl besties get a big wake up call when theyre invited to their 10 year high school reunion and realize their lives arent as exciting and impressive as they thought they were. The remedy? Why not PRETEND to be successful career women? Its as easy as sewing together a business suit, hustling a rental car, and driving to Tuscon in this pop cultural staple that celebrates the silly goosery of a best friendship.
(David Mirkin, US, 1997, 92 min, in English)
*** About this series: ***
Obsessed with cult cinema but lack an altar to worship at? Have you ever cried out If anybody needs to make a call, Ive got a phone! only for others to think youve gone cuckoo bananas? Would the image of Cher blown up over a 50ft screen absolutely shock and delight you? Seattle drag superstar Monday Mourning feels the same exact way, and is ready to take our divine fixations to new and exciting heights by joining forces with Northwest Film Forum to bring you MOURNING SICKNESS: a quarterly showcase of essential cult & camp classics dusted off and brought back to life once more across the silver screen, featuring pre-show drag entertainment that will leave you looking camp right in the eye.
Showing up in your best Versayce is encouraged, and devotion to the silver screen is an absolute requirement.
Turn off your brains, grab some popcorn and enjoy the sickness its showtime!
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1515 12th Ave.
Seattle, WA 98122
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