What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?

"This classic film is one of the greatest psychological horror movies ever made."--Common Sense Media

Ragtag is partnering with The Costume Museum and Research Library at Stephens College exhibit The Joan Crawford Effect to screen this classic film starring Joan Crawford and Bette Davis.

Did you know? In 1922 Joan Crawford was a fledgling student at Stephens College. She went on to become a Hollywood legend. On Oct. 6, the Costume Museum and Research Library at Stephens College will open the exhibit The Joan Crawford Effect. The exhibit will feature 1930s and 1940s suits and evening gowns from the permanent collection demonstrating Joan Crawford's impact on women's fashion in collaboration with MGM costume designer, Adrian, never-before-exhibited archives pertaining to Crawford's student days at Stephens College, photographs of her 1970 campus visit, and the correspondence she maintained with Stephens President James Madison Wood. For details on the exhibit, visit https://www.stephens.edu/services/box-office/fashion/

The Joan Crawford Effect exhibit at
The Costume Museum and Research Library at Stephens College Oct. 6-Dec. 17, 2017
Opening reception will be 5-9 p.m. on Oct. 6
1200 E. Broadway, Columbia, MO

Exhibit Hours:
12 to 1 p.m. Wednesdays
5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursdays
12 to 3 p.m. Saturdays & Sundays
Closed during Stephens College holidays