Rock on Screen: NY Doll (2005)
In conjunction with the exhibition, Bob Gruen: Rock Seen, this documentary film series provides a unique perspective on the world in which we live and the music that has become the soundtrack to our lives. This series is led by curator, Bruce Frigeri, adjunct professor of Film Studies at Fairleigh Dickinson University. Bruce is the founder of LifeSize Entertainment, a specialty distributor of feature films and documentaries whose releases have been nominated for numerous awards and honors.
Seating is General Admission. The film begins at 7:30PM.
This film is part of a series that is made possible by Dillard and Adrienne Kirby.
- Museum Members: FREE (Advance registration required. Please call the Box Office at 973.971.3706)
- Non-Members: $10 (See the link below to purchase tickets online, or call the Box Office at 973.971.3706)
A recovering alcoholic and recently converted Mormon, Arthur “Killer” Kane of the rock band The New York Dolls, is given a chance at reuniting with his band after 30 years.
On-line ticket sales end two hours prior to a performance. At that time, please call the Box Office for tickets at 973.971.3706.
Image Credit: NY Doll (2005) Film Poster courtesy of First Independent Pictures and Vivendi Entertainment.