Trailer Review Tickets

Opus 40, Saugerties

Saturday, September 3

Musical guest: Hungry March Band 

Hudson Valley Picture Show

Gates open 5:00, Lucid Dreams Minigolf 5-7pm, music at 6pm, film at 7:30

In deep space, on their way home, the crew of the commercial starship Nostromo is awakened from their cryo-sleep capsules after receiving a distress call from an alien vessel. After discovering a nest of eggs, the terror starts. Ridley Scott’s sci-fi classic, as visually rich and scary as when it was released, stars Sigourney Weaver, Yaphet Kotto, Harry Dean Stanton, Tom Skerritt, John Hurt and Ian Holm. (U.K., 1979, 117m).

“(With the) luminous splendor of its photography … reminds us once more that science fiction is the story of inner space.” –Sight and Sound

The Hungry March Band is an American brass band with a repertoire of originals and traditionals that borrows from global brass band traditions, including Balkan Roma music, Indian wedding bands, and New Orleans second line. The band also references punk rock, techno, hip hop, various jazz traditions, reggae and chance music. They cite Sun Ra, Charlie Parker, John Cage, the Shyam Brass Band, the Skatalites, Sonic Youth, Weird Al Yankovic and Black Sabbath as influences.

“H.M.B. got the otherwise-mellow crowd dancing and cheering, making it clear why they are in such high demand.” —The Villager

Lucid Dream Minigolf is a roaming, existential, heartfelt, pop-up minigolf course and performance piece. Tickets are pay-what-you-can $10-$3500—a sliding scale as absurd as income inequality.

Play admist the sprawling bluestone ramps, pedestals, and monoliths of Opus 40 in an environmental sculpture park formed from the remnants of an old quarry.