One of Charles Chaplin's masterpieces is The Gold Rush. It is his only movie about Alaska. I've seen it several times over the years, but never before with live music, performed by the Anchorage Symphony, or in such a huge venue - the Atwood Concert Hall.
It is the first time I've seen it with the tramp not initially getting Georgia's note from her, but as a prank from the guy to whom it was actually written, the sleazy hunk, Hank Curtis.
This was my favorite time watching it, except possibly when we (the Whittier Volunteer Fire Department) showed it in pre-television Whittier in 1977, to a room chock-full of school kids, who laughed pretty damned hard.
Here's the most famous scene from the movie, Chaplin's "table ballet"
After the movie, we took in the ice sculptures outside the PAC: