Movie Night Series by Cape May Stage: 42
Supports the Cape May Negro League Historical Society
42 tells the inspirational true story of Jackie Robinson and how he became the first African American baseball player allowed to play in the Major League.
This movie is being shown as part of a special event celebrating the magic of the number 42 in sports. Every ticket includes a reception with light refreshments, an art show by Sidney SmithJordan, a silent auction, and a pre-show lecture by noted baseball historian Gaylon White. The event starts at 5 pm with the movie beginning at 7 pm.
Runtime: 120 Minutes
Production Year: 2013
Movie Night at Cape May Stage is a community “Film-Raiser” event to benefit local non-profits. Join us for a series of fun and entertaining movies in our historic theater. As part of our commitment to the local community, 50% of all proceeds from this movie series will be donated to different non-profit organizations.