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June 30 @ 4:00 pm


Celebrating Two Iconic Redding Landmarks: The Sundial Bridge and the Cascade Theatre


Like other grand works of public art, Santiago Calatrava’s Sundial Bridge at Turtle Bay has generated both awe and opposition – and changed the image of Redding.


On July 4th, 2004, the $23 million pedestrian bridge opened to the public, a gift of The McConnell Foundation to the community.


Angle of Inspiration documents the process of turning an architect’s vision into a one-of-a-kind bridge and creating a new center of town: connecting the two sides of the river, and stirring the passions of every resident.


An interview with Calatrava, the architect of the train station at Ground Zero and the Olympic Village in Athens, anchors the documentary. Jill Eikenberry (LA Law) narrates. Original music by Jon Herbst.


Join us for our two showings (1:30 PM and 4 PM) as we celebrate 20 years of the Sundial Bridge and the Cascade Theatre!


The showing of Angle of Inspiration was one of the first events held at the newly restored art deco masterpiece, Redding’s Historic Non-Profit Cascade Theatre.


Tickets for this event are free, but a ticket is required for entry. Use the links below to get tickets from the Cascade Theatre box office.


Cascade Theatre
1731 Market Street
Redding, CA 96001 United States
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