TimeDoors open at 6:30 p.m. allowing time to first tour the exhibition. Film begins at 7:00 p.m.
Madonna: Truth or Dare Film at Fenimore Art Museum
Madonna: Truth or Dare Film at Fenimore Art Museum Features Live Commentary from the Megastar’s Former Tour Manager
Film: Madonna: Truth or Dare
Saturday, August 24, 7:00 p.m. (doors open at 6:30 p.m.)
Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown, New York
Admission: $7 / $5 members (purchase tickets at the door)
(COOPERSTOWN, N.Y.) — Visit Fenimore Art Museum on Saturday, August 24, from 6:30–9:30 p.m. for a special screening of Madonna: Truth or Dare. Otsego County native John Draper, former Tour Manager of Madonna’s Blonde Ambition Tour, will be present to provide live commentary on the film, giving a rare behind-the-scenes look of what it takes to manage a tour for one of music’s original megastars. The documentary chronicles the life of Madonna on the road during her 1990 world tour. (1991, Rated R / some content may not be suitable for children). The film is part of Fenimore’s Rock ‘n’ Reel Film Series which showcases musicians whose photographs are featured in Herb Ritts: The Rock Portraits exhibition currently on view at the museum through September 2.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. allowing time to first tour the exhibition. Film begins at 7:00 p.m. and takes place in the Fenimore Auditorium. $7 / $5 members (purchase tickets at the door). Refreshments are complimentary with suggested donation.
Fenimore Art Museum is located at 5798 State Route 80, less than one mile from the center of Cooperstown. For more information visit FenimoreArt.org.
About Fenimore Art Museum
Fenimore Art Museum, located on the shores of Otsego Lake—James Fenimore Cooper’s “Glimmerglass”—in historic Cooperstown, New York, features a wide-ranging collection of American art including folk art; important American 18th- and 19th-century landscape, genre, and portrait paintings; more than 125,000 historic photographs representing the technical developments made in photography and providing extensive visual documentation of the region’s unique history; and the renowned Eugene and Clare Thaw Collection of American Indian Art comprised of nearly 900 art objects representative of a broad geographic range of North American Indian cultures, from the Northwest Coast, Eastern Woodlands, Plains, Southwest, Great Lakes, and Prairie regions. Visit FenimoreArt.org.