FILM: Grandma's Boy with live musical accompaniment

Showtimes: Sunday, December 9
$12 public | $10 members

A cowardly young man must learn to conquer his fears before dealing with a larger menace to his community. Riotous comedy that helped propel Harold Lloyd into the most popular movie comedian of the 1920s. Plus short comedy, 'There Ain't No Santa Claus' (1926)

Live musical accompaniment provided by Jeff Rapsis



Jeff Rapsis is a New Hampshire-based musician who specializes in creating live accompaniment for silent film programs. He appears regularly at venues including the Harvard Film Archive, the Somerville Theatre, the Cleveland Cinematheque, Cinema Detroit, and the Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum. His recorded work includes a piano score for ‘Zaza’ (1923) starring Gloria Swanson. As a composer, Jeff’s most recent work for orchestra, “Kilimanjaro Suite,” was premiered by the New Hampshire Philharmonic in 2017. Jeff is executive director of the Aviation Museum of New Hampshire as well as co-owner of HippoPress, New Hampshire’s largest newspaper. He also teaches communications at the University of New Hampshire. Visit his website at