The Fabulous Allan Carr
March 27, 6:30 PM
Hosted by Executive Producers John Boccardo and Derek Esplin. Meet and greet reception before the film. Q&A after the film
New Venue – Megaplex Main Street Theaters, 905 S Main St, St. George, UT 84770
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The Fabulous Allan Carr is a 2017 documentary film from filmmaker Jeffrey Schwarz. The film details the story of the flamboyant Hollywood producer Allan Carr, famous for producing Grease, Can’t Stop the Music, the musical adaptation of La Cage Aux Folles, and the notorious 1989 Academy Awards. The film made its debut at the 2017 Seattle International Film Festival
Featuring interviews and archival footage with friends and confidantes of the flamboyant producer, early reviews marked The Fabulous Allan Carr as a reverent portrait of one of Hollywood’s elite, highlighting the fact that Carr “changed the face of pop and gay culture.”
“Garishly colorful, packed with stars, legendary parties, and a wide streak of pathos, it’s a singular life story entertainingly recounted in “The Fabulous Allan Carr.” This latest documentary by Jeffery Schwarz isn’t as warts-and-all dishy an approach to that saga as the 2010 print tome “Party Animals,” by former Variety senior editor Robert Hofler (which gets an end-credits “inspired by” attribution), and it skims over or omits some notable tidbits. But those with even a smidgen of interest will find it hard to resist any portrait of a personality so crucially linked to everyone from Hugh Hefner to Ann-Margret to the Village People.”
The film features interviews with Patricia Birch, Maxwell Caulfield, Steve Guttenberg, Randy Jones, Randal Kleiser, Sherry Lansing, Lorna Luft, Michael Musto, Robert Osborne, Brett Ratner, Connie Stevens, Alana Stewart, Marlo Thomas, Bruce Vilanch and more.
Pay $10 per ticket at the door
Standby seats will be sold at the door beginning at 6:50 PM to fill seats unfilled by reservation holders who are not in the theater at that time.
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