June 17 Outdoor Movie
with Film Streams
9 pm



Step into Hollywood's Golden Age with a screening of Ernst Lubitsch's Trouble in Paradise in Joslyn's Peter Kiewit Sculpture Garden. This 1932 film is a light-hearted and witty romantic comedy about partners-in-crime Gaston Monescu (Herbert Marshall) and Lily (Miriam Hopkins), whose plot to rob businesswoman Madame Marie Colet (Francis Kay) goes awry when love enters the mix. Dazzling Art Deco sets are the stylish backdrop for the trio's antics, and the perfect complement to the minimalist costumes that cemented Kay as a modernist style icon.

FREE event! Bring a blanket, lawn chair, picnic as you wish. Physical distancing is strongly encouraged. Indoor restrooms will be available (masks required for non-vaccinated person who enter the Museum), but Joslyn's galleries and other public spaces will be closed. Inclement weather date: Friday, June 18 @ 9 pm.