Join Hollywood symbol John Cusack when he advances toward the Walton Arts Center for a screening of High Fidelity. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 9, trailed by a live discussion and crowd Q&A. With four decades of jobs in more than 70 movies, Cusack will share stories from his profession, answer crowd questions and give an in the background investigate High Fidelity.
Tickets go at a bargain Friday, Feb. 21, at 10 a.m. what’s more, extend from $49 to $79 in addition to pertinent expenses. A set number of VIP seats, which incorporate a post-show photograph operation with Cusack, are accessible for $250 in addition to material expenses.
Buy tickets face to face at the Walton Arts Center Box Office, by calling 479-443-5600 or by visiting waltonartscenter.org. Tickets will be accessible for buy through the WAC Tickets application on Friday, Feb. 28.
The hit parody High Fidelity is the tale of record retailer Rob Gordon (Cusack) on a quest for affection (and the explanations for his bombed connections) against a background of more than 70 tunes traversing different decades and sorts of music.
With or without the assistance of his record store mates Dick (Todd Luiso) and Barry (Jack Black’s breakout job), Rob returns to past connections in order to figure out where he has turned out badly.
Discharged in 2000, The New York Times adulated Cusack as “an ace at accommodating kinship.” Rotten Tomatoes has High Fidelity positioned No. 14 on the rundown of Best Romantic Comedies.
Cusack will share stories from his profession, answer crowd questions and give an in the background investigate the hit satire High Fidelity, which recounts to the tale of a record retailer (Cusack) on his quest for affection against a scenery of more than 70 tunes spreading over numerous decades and sorts of music.
Hollywood symbol John Cusack will visit Northwest Arkansas in April for a screening of “High Fidelity” just as a discussion about the film and a group of people question and answer session. Tickets for the April 9 occasion at the Walton Arts Center will go at a bargain Friday at 10 a.m., as indicated by a news discharge. Costs extend from $49 to $79, in addition to expenses.