Mae West Screening

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A Fun Night In with Mae West: Dirty Blonde

Watch the film, chat with local film and theatre buffs—and support a local business by picking up a "Mae West meal pack" from the Brewerie at Union Station!

FREE  •  Thursday, August 20 at 7pm

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Garlic Parm Brussels Sprouts - $7.99
Flash fried, then tossed with garlic & parmesan.

Mae's Mediterranean Masterpiece - $13.99
Pasta tossed with a light olive oil & garlic sauce. Sautéed with tomatoes, artichokes hearts, olives, feta cheese, & fresh basil.

Add Chicken - $3.50
Add Shrimp - $5.00
Add Portobello Mushroom - $2.50

“Dirty” Blonde Ale - $8.00
Golden in appearance & full in body. Smooth & delicious! 5.4 ABV. Available by the crowler (32 ounce can)

House Made Craft Sodas - $6.00
Root Beer, Ginger Beer, or Cream Soda. Available by the crowler (32 ounce can)

Dinner for 1 Package - $25.00
Includes both options listed above, as well as your choice of the “Dirty” Blonde Ale, or one of our house-made sodas.

Dinner for 2 Package - $40.00
Includes the brussels sprout appetizer, 2 pasta dishes, as well as your choice of the “Dirty” Blonde Ale, or one of our house-made sodas.

Craving something else for dinner? Full menu available for carry-out. Please visit

Advanced orders can be placed 1 week prior to the screening. Calling ahead ensures a pickup time that fits your schedule. If choosing to call in the night of the screening, please call ahead at least one hour in advance.

Advanced orders taken anytime between 11am-5pm. Please call the Brewerie at 454-2200.

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About the film

Mae West achieved great acclaim in every entertainment medium that existed during her lifetime, spanning eight decades of the 20th century. A full-time actress at seven, a vaudevillian at 14, a dancing sensation at 25, a Broadway playwright at 33, a silver screen ingénue at 40, a Vegas nightclub act at 62, a recording artist at 73, a camp icon at 85 – West left no format unconquered. She possessed creative and economic powers unheard of for a female entertainer in the 1930s and still rare today. Though she was a comedian, West grappled with some of the more complex social issues of the 20th century, including race and class tensions, and imbued even her most salacious plotlines with commentary about gender conformity, societal restrictions and what she perceived as moral hypocrisy. American Masters — Mae West: Dirty Blonde is the first major documentary film to explore West’s life and career, as she “climbed the ladder of success wrong by wrong” to become a writer, performer and subversive agitator for social change. Produced and directed by Sally Rosenthal and Julia Marchesi.

Presented in partnership with

  • The Brewerie at Union Station
  • Rebecca Mae
  • Erie Playhouse
  • Film Society of NWPA