Gesa Power House Theatre presents a Power House Movie screening of the documentary All Ages Show on July 6, 2022 at 7:00 p.m.
All Ages Show is a new documentary film about the history of the music scene in Tri-Cities, Washington, that began in the mid-1980s and continues today. While Seattle’s music scene, was changing the world in the early 90s with “grunge,” Tri-Cities had its own thriving music scene inspired by Washington DC Hardcore, a scene that many didn’t think could exist in a smaller community. The film also asks the question: with music now so accessible, band exposure so saturated, and record companies on the decline, could there ever be a thriving music scene again?
All Ages Show is directed by Tri-Cities native Tony Moser, who worked in Los Angeles editing behind-the-scenes featurettes for feature films (The Amazing Spider-Man, Men in Black 3), before moving back to his hometown to work as a video producer for a local media company.
Reserved seating tickets ($15 adults, $10 students) are available online or by calling the box office at 509-529-6500. This event will have a total runtime of about 90 minutes.
If you want to purchase 4 or more titles in the Power House Movie series together and save 10%, please call the box office at 509-529-6500 (offer not available online).
Please review our current health and safety precautions, including required mask use. Ticket holders will receive an email during the week before the show with any updates.
Power House Movies are powered by what you can’t get anywhere else in the Walla Walla Valley. Not only do we showcase award-winning festival favorites, feature-length narratives, documentaries, and undiscovered gems, we pair them with exclusive content from the movie makers themselves – most often in conversation with our Director of Film Programming, Warren Etheredge. Join us for a night out in our historic venue, and enjoy a glass of wine with the show. It’s an experience worth leaving the couch for!
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