Silent film at the historic Cheyenne Atlas Theater! | New


Cheyenne Little Theater Players presents Nosferatus, a 1922 German silent film about a vampire. (Based on Bram Stoker Dracula.)

The film will be shown at the Vieux Théâtre de l’Atlas on Saturday September 10 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday September 11e at 2 p.m. with live organ accompaniment by Dave Niemann. The cost is only $10 per ticket.

For many years in the early 1900s, the historic Atlas Theater presented silent films with live music.

It’s a real treat because there’s only one silent theater with an organ left and that’s in Los Angeles. At the History Atlas Theater, Dave Niemann, owner of music store Niemann & Sons, will play the theater’s organ, without a written score, along with the film…as they did 100 years ago. This is a rare treat indeed!

You can buy a general admission ticket or get more information by going online at or by calling 307-638-6543You can also purchase tickets at the door!

There will be an introduction by CLTP Board Member Susan Skinner, who holds a BA in Film Studies from California State University Northridge.

This event is a fundraiser for Cheyenne Little Theater Players.


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