April 1, 2011 at 4:10 am in Events
If you were a member of the Los Angeles Conservancy like me, you’d already be squaring away seats to screenings of the classic motion pictures to be shown at some of Broadway’s most historic movie palaces during the upcoming 25th-Annual Last Remaining Seats film series between May 25 – June 29. But if you’re not, you’ll just have to sit tight until they become available to the public on April 13.
Here’s hoping there are some tickets left over for you then, because the classics lined up by the conservancy this year is nothing short of gotta-go: Hitchcock’s “Rear Window” (May 25) and Harold Lloyd’s “Safety Last” (June 29) at the Orpheum Theater, “The Music Man” (June 1) and “King Kong” (June 15) at the Los Angeles Theater, “Captain Blood” (June 8) and “Zoot Suit” (June 22) at the Million Dollar Theater, and “Sunset Boulevard” (June 29) at the Palace Theater.
Why the very idea of seeing some of these masterpieces on the big screens of such sacred houses of movie worship has my inner movie buff shouting OMG!
Advance tickets are $16 each and available now to conservancy members, and $20 each for the general public (beginning April 13). Any remaining tickets will be sold at the door for $20 each on the night of the event starting at 7 p.m.
Get more info here.