To honor National Hitchcock Day, the City of Scotts Valley, CA has proclaimed Alfred Hitchcock Week to celebrate a local resident and world-famous director, Alfred Hitchcock. The Scotts Valley Community Theater Guild will be hosting the first annual Alfred Hitchcock Festival with the Scotts Valley Exchange Club and the Scotts Valley Historical Society. |
The event which will take place at the new Cultural & Performing Arts Center, located at 251B Kings Village Rd, Scotts Valley, California, has limited seating of 264 for each day of the event.
Did you know Alfred Hitchcock lived in Scotts Valley? Yes, this world-famous director lived in Scotts Valley from 1940-1970. Many of his creations were filmed on the Northern California Coast, including Vertigo, based in San Francisco and San Juan Bautista; and The Birds, inspired by an actual event in Capitola, was filmed in Bodega Bay.
Scotts Valley Community Theater Guild is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization 46-2791127
Friday, March 10, 2023
6:00 PM Doors open - Ribbon cutting, featuring Tere Carrubba, Alfred Hitchcock's granddaughter, and Scotts Valley Mayor Jack Dilles; walk on by Alfred Hitchcock (impersonator)
6:30 PM Talk featuring Carrubba and Jay Topping - Memories and local Hitchcock history
7:30 PM Show film: Shadow of a Doubt
Saturday, March 11, 2023
2:00 PM Show film: Vertigo
4:30 PM Panel discussion with Logan Walker, UC Santa Cruz Lecturer in Film & Digital Media, and Shelley Stamp, Professor of Film & Digital Media at UC Santa Cruz, discussing Hitchcocks history as a director and the two films we have viewed. Audience participation
6:00 PM Dessert & Wine Party. Costume Contest.
Complimentary desserts and wine! Attendees at the 2023 Alfred Hitchcock Festival will enjoy wines grown on Heart O' the Mountain, the former property of Alfred Hitchcock, and currently home to Armitage Wines. Meet Alfred Hitchcock's granddaughter! Stand to win prizes! Anyone in a Hitchcock-themed costume will be welcome to enter the costume contest and be judged by Hitchcock's granddaughter herself, Tere Carrubba. Prizes offered for the best costumes depicting Hitchcock and his films. Audience will be invited to vote on what they would like to see and hear next year.
Scotts Valley Cultural and Performing Arts Center (View)
251b Kings Village Road
Scotts Valley , CA 95066
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|
ADA Access and Seating available