Cut! An Outdoor Movie Series About Hair
Salons, wigs, perms, and buzzes. Join us for a hair-themed movie series at Albee Square curated by Alamo Drafthouse Cinema. Music at 5:30pm; film at 7. Local business Neighborhood Cut and Shave will set up a chair on site with free shaves and beard trims from 5:30 - 7:30pm.
June 4th: Hairspray (1988, dir. John Waters)
It’s Baltimore in 1962, so bring your dancing shoes and your Aqua Net, and join Tracy Turnblad as she pursues local TV fame and rallies against racial segregation in this outrageously campy comedy classic.
June 11th: Barbershop (2002, dir. Tim Story)
Spawning sequels, spinoffs, as well as a TV series, director Tim Story’s comedy about the social life of a barbershop on the South Side of Chicago packs a heart of gold and a stellar soundtrack!
June 18th: Steel Magnolias (1989, dir. Herbert Ross)
You’ll laugh, you’ll cry (and we mean cry) as we follow this tightly-knit group of friends in a Louisiana beauty parlor through life’s joys, sorrows, and everything in-between.
June 25th: Edward Scissorhands (1990, dir. Tim Burton)
The fantastical story of Edward, an innocent, abandoned “monster” with scissor blades instead of hands, and his journey from isolation to acceptance and self-discovery.
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