Great American Pop-Up Movie Night
Great American Music Hall, built in 1907, was originally a bordello, then a highfalutin nightclub, and now the lavish room, done up with enormous mirrors, rococo woodwork, and gold-leaf trim is one of the city’s best live music venues.
Periodically they cover up the stage, pull down a screen, bring out the chairs, and turn the venue into an intimate pop-up movie theater. And did we mention, there’s free popcorn and free raffles for concert tickets?
Plus there’s a pop-up chef cooking up a special dinner menu.
Free Pop-Up Movie Night
Monday, August 12, 2013 – Cabaret
Doors open at 7 pm; film starts at 8 pm
Free admission; all ages (6+)
– Free popcorn
– Free concert tickets raffle for upcoming Great American Music Hall and Slim’s shows
– Bring cash for any additional food & drinks
Cabaret: This remarkable 1972 musical turns the pre-war Berlin of 1931 into a sexually charged haven of decadence. Winner of eight Academy Awards, including Best Director (Bob Fosse), Best Actress(Liza Minnelli), and Best Supporting Actor (Joel Grey).