The Mill and Theatre N (both located in the old Nemours building), have teamed up to form Rebuild Paradise, a hurricane relief charity focused on aiding Puerto Rico. And their first event should pack the house: A private screening of Ingrid Goes West with its star and Delaware native Aubrey Plaza on hand for a Q&A. There will also be a Skype Q&A with Director Matt Spicer.
Ingrid Goes West is a dark comedy about social media fame and obsession. Plaza plays Ingrid Thorburn, an Instagram stalker who moves to LA to meet the object of her fixation (Elizabeth Olsen).
The private screening will happen on Wednesday, Oct. 18, starting with a beer and wine cocktail hour at 5:30, and seating at 6:30. Those who purchase a $125 VIP ticket will also have entry to the afterparty at The Mill after the show.
Proceeds will be donated to the American Red Cross. Regular admission is $75.
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