Play Dates

October 11    Greensboro, NC    RED CINEMAS

October 13 – 14    Chicago, IL    DAVIS THEATER

November 1    Austin, TX    ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE CINEMA MUELLER

November 11    Phoenixville, PA    THE COLONIAL THEATRE

November 11    Seattle, WA    ARK LODGE CINEMAS

November 11    Columbus, OH    GATEWAY FILM CENTER

November 11    Brookline, MA    COOLIDGE CORNER

November 11    Dallas, TX    TEXAS THEATRE

November 11    New York, NY    METROGRAPH

November 11    Portland, OR    HOLLYWOOD THEATRE

November 11    Kansas City, MO    ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE CINEMA

November 11    Dallas, TX    ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE CINEMA

November 11    Richardson, TX    ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE CINEMA

November 11    Littleton, CO    ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE CINEMA

November 11    Yonkers, NY    ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE CINEMA

November 11    Chandler, AZ    ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE CINEMA

November 11    Charlottesville, VA    ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE CINEMA

November 11    El Paso, TX    ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE CINEMA

November 11    Laredo, TX    ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE CINEMA

November 11    New Braunfels, TX    ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE CINEMA

November 11    San Antonio, TX    ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE CINEMA

November 11    Corpus Christi, TX    ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE CINEMA

November 11    Katy, TX    ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE CINEMA

November 11    Huntington, NY    ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE CINEMA

November 17    Traverse City, MI    THE STATE THEATRE

This Is Spinal Tap Play Dates

About

USA, 1984
Director: Rob Reiner
Producer: Karen Murphy
Cast: Rob Reiner, Christopher Guest, Michael McKean, Harry Shearer
Screenwriter: Christopher Guest, Michael McKean, Harry Shearer, Rob Reiner
Cinematography: Peter Smoker
Music: Christopher Guest, Michael McKean, Rob Reiner, Harry Shearer
Genre: Comedy, Mockumentary
Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.70:1
Language: English
Running Time: 82 minutes

Synopsis:
Spinal Tap is the loudest band in England and they’re making a comeback with a North American tour promoting their new album Smell the Glove. Marty DiBergi (Rob Reiner) sets out to make a documentary of the legendary rock band’s exploits on the road, featuring front men Nigel Tufnel (Christopher Guest) and David St. Hubbins (Michael McKean) and bassist Derek Smalls (Harry Shearer), bearing witness to the highs and lows of what makes a musician into a rock star.

Awards and Recognition:
Named to the National Film Registry, 2002

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