Those who missed last weekend's two-night debut of the documentary "What About Waco" will get a second chance to see it as the four-part film will be screened Friday through Sunday, July 14-16, at the Waco Hippodrome.
The film, produced, written and directed by Chris Charles Scott III with co-creators Hobby Howell and Matthew McLeod, looks at five pivotal moments in the city's history: the construction of the Suspension Bridge; the Reservation, a district of legal prostitution; the 1916 Jesse Washington public lynching; the World War I training camp Camp MacArthur; and the 1953 Waco tornado.
It will be shown at 7 p.m. Friday, July 14; 5 p.m. Saturday, July 15; and 2:30 p.m. Sunday, July 16.
Friday's showing is a red carpet premiere with a 6 p.m. cocktail hour preceding the film and a question-and-answer session following. Those attending can buy a meal at the Hippodrome.
Tickets for Friday and Saturday are $15 and $5 for senior adults, $8 and $5 for Sunday, available online.
A limited number of DVDs will be on sale for $30 at each screening. Remaining DVDs will be sold at the Historic Waco Foundation, Common Grounds and Heritage Creamery. Scott says once the 1,000 DVDs are sold, no more will be reordered.