HEMET – Step back in time and watch the famous Ramona Cowboys of the Ramona Pageant ride again on the big screen in a four-day special presentation of the American Western, “Cataract Gold” at the Historic Hemet Theatre in downtown Hemet, showing April 1-4 nightly at 7 p.m.
Don’t miss the Saturday, April 1, showing which coincides with the Ramona Spring Festival held that same day. Featuring three blocks of entertainment, food and fun, the festival kicks off the 2017 Ramona Pageant Season running each weekend April 16 through May 1.
Moviegoers should stick around after the film April 1, and attend the meet and greet of the “Cataract Gold” cast and crew. The “Cataract Gold” original soundtrack, by Terry Reid will be available for purchase as well.
The Historic Hemet Theatre is located at 216 E Florida Ave. in Hemet.
“Cataract Gold” is an Independent American Film by Paul Kiener Productions starring four Ramona Cowboys; Steve Silkotch, Michael Thomas, Eric Cervantes and Dan Ferguson. It also stars Dale Shane, Bryan Hanna, Morgan Alise James, Caroline DeGraeve, Bill Hegarty and Seth Marshall.
The film is inspired by the historical events surrounding forgotten mystery of the 1869 Powell exploration of Western Canyon lands’ waterways – the Green and Colorado Rivers.
Visit CataractGold.com to learn more.
Tickets to see “Cataract Gold” during the four special showings April 1-4, are $10 and advance tickets can be purchased by calling the theatre at (951) 658-5950.