Singin' in the Rain


Film Info
Event Type:Film Screening & Discussion
Release Year:1952


Join us on Thursday, April 27 at 7pm for the Sturgis Cinema Circle screening of the classic 1952 musical film, Singin’ in the Rain. Gene Kelley stars as a silent film star who falls for a chorus girl just as he and his delusional and jealous screen partner are trying to make the difficult transition to talking pictures in 1920s Hollywood.

The Sturgis Cinema Circle seeks to engage audiences with the experience of seeing classic films on the big screen while enjoying an expanded understanding of the film's cultural and historical significance through a featured post-show conversation hosted by the director of the Sturges-Young. Tickets are $7 for adults, $5 for students, seniors and military, which are available by phone at (269) 651-8541 or walk-up sales prior to show date and at the door. Concessions available.

Purchase a Film Lovers pass and get 12 films for the price of 10 or 6 films for the price of 5! Sold Separately, your film pass includes a personalized punch card.

Sponsored in part through the Sturgis Area Community Foundation - Flora Beck Performing Arts Endowment Fund.

Additional Information

Singin' in the Rain, an American musical comedy film released in 1952 was a reunion project for the American in Paris directorial team of Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly, who was also the films' star. The film emerged as a classic, considered by many to be the greatest Hollywood musical ever made. Gene Kelly stars as a Hollywood star of the silent era who finds his career jeopardized when he and his shrill-voiced leading lady must appear in a talkie together.

Hosted by the Director of the Sturges-Young, join us immediately following the final credits for a brief discussion and Q&A session regarding the cultural and historical significance of this beloved classic film. Concessions available.

Student, Senior, and Military Discounted tickets ($5) available by phone at (269) 651-8541 or at the SYCA in advance or at the door.