ECA Saturday Matinee - Snow White (1916)

Before Walt Disney made his breakthrough with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, he saw a 1916 silent film of Snow White that inspired him to attempt the full-length 1937 movie that became his studio’s first blockbuster. The original version of Snow White (1916) will feature live musical accompaniment by local harpist Leslie McMichael, joined on the ECA stage by guest violist Barbara McMichael.

Developed as part of ECA Dementia-Inclusive Series, the event has been designed with accessibility for people with memory loss as a priority. Audience members will be made aware that some patrons may talk or get up during the film. Theatre house lights are left on low so the audience can see and move around if necessary. Although events are designed to be inclusive to patrons with memory loss, the general public - and an all-ages audience - is very welcome! In particular, the series presents an opportunity for family and friends to spend time in an intergenerational setting, and to connect over classic films.

Tickets $10 regular/$2 Arts for Everyone. Purchase tickets online at, by phone at 425.275.9595, or in person at 410 4th Ave N., Edmonds. (Arts for Everyone tickets available for purchase by phone or in-person only).

Sponsored by:
Glenna Mueller



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