Happy Thursday Music Boxers,
Opening tomorrow is a brand new restoration of Carol Reed’s The Third Man. One of the finest film noirs of all time, featuring Orson Welles in an iconic supporting performance. The Vienna scenery, the zither score, the “cuckoo clock” monologue, the greatest foot chase in cinema history. . . See it all on the big screen!
Before you catch the fireworks this weekend, celebrate the 4th of July with Yankee Doodle Dandy, the Oscar-winning musical starring James Cagney! Featuring a patriotic pre-show sing-a-long! Join in the chorus on Saturday at 11:30am. Only $5 for kids 12 & under!
What do you get when you pair William Shakespeare with visionary director Julie Taymor? Magic. We’re hosting two special presentations of Taymor’s breathtaking and lush A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the highly acclaimed stage production turned into an immersive cinematic experience. See it on Sunday morning & Tuesday evening.
We also have daily screenings of the enthralling documentary The Wolfpack and weekend matinees of the hit musical Eden.
In our patriotic midnight film, Chuck Norris is a one-man-army taking on a team of terrorists in Invasion USA. 30th Anniversary!
On Wednesday, Robin Williams stars in one of his final roles in the touching and powerful Boulevard. Presented by the New York Film Critics Series, the screening will be followed by a pre-taped Q&A with director Dito Montiel.
Finally, Second Saturday Silent Cinema returns on July 11th with Way Down East, D.W. Griffith’s thrilling romance starring Lillian Gish. Featuring live accompaniment from the Music Box organ! Get your tickets today.
See you at the movies!