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The Plaza's Annual Outdoor Screening

Saturday, September 16 • 6-10 PM (Rain Date 9/23*)
Tickets: $50 Adults • $25 Children (12 and under) & Students • Tickets must be purchased in advance

Isabella Rossellini's Farm • 287 South Country Road (Parking Area) • Brookhaven, NY 11719

Beautifully restored classic silent movies accompanied by world renowned pianist Donald Sosin, singer/percussionist Joanna Seaton, and their son Nicholas Sosin will delight the whole family starting at 7:30 PM. Sosin and Seaton are among a select few people in the US who create and perform live music for classic silent films. They perform all over the US and abroad at major festivals—Telluride, Seattle, San Francisco, Bologna, Pordenone, Moscow, Shanghai. In New York City they have appeared at MoMA, BAM, the New York Film Festival, the TriBeCa Film Festival, and the Museum of the Moving Image.

This event includes a tour of the Rossellini farm, 6-7:15 PM. The farm's various programs include raising rare breeds of chicken, bee keeping, shepherding, and farm-to-table. The film screening will then start at 7:30 promptly.


The event will take place at Isabella Rossellini’s farm. Parking at 287 South Country Road, Brookhaven, NY, 11719. Look for Plaza signs and banners. Please bring your own lawn chairs and blankets. Do not bring a picnic or alcoholic drinks. Snacks and beverages are available for purchase.

*In case of rain on September 16 your tickets will automatically be good for the rain date on September 23. There will be NO refunds. For up-to-date weather information we encourage you to check The Plaza’s website, social media, or your email by 1PM.



In The Pawnshop (1916) Charlie Chaplin plays a pawnbroker’s assistant helping a variety of eccentric customers while he flirts with the owner’s daughter and gets into scrapes with his colleague. Pie-throwing and many great gags ensue. And when a diamond thief arrives, can Charlie save the day? Don’t miss it!

Buster Keaton, starring in The Electric House (1922), takes a job outfitting a mansion with labor-saving devices to impress the owner’s daughter even though he is completely unfit for the job. The film features many jaw-dropping stunts.

Oswald the Lucky Rabbit (also known as Oswald the Rabbit or Oswald Rabbit), a cartoon character created by Ub Iwerks and Walt Disney in the 1920s and 1930s, was Disney studio’s first animated character and a forerunner of Mickey Mouse. In Trolley Troubles (1927) Oswald is in charge of running a trolley, but things do not go as planned. Oswald battles a mischievous cat for possession of both his girlfriend and his bicycle in Oh Teacher (1927)