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“This summer, the Globe, a reconstruction of the London playhouse where Shakespeare worked, is bringing taped performances of four plays to 276 movie screens in conjunction with NCM Fathom, which broadcasts exclusive in-theater events such as sports, Broadway musicals and ballet in 3-D.”
“My last direct experience was during the 10 year long babysitting of Saddam between the wars — and these kids, many of them assigned to ‘forward’ bases in Europe for Permanent Duty Station purposes, were spending the vast majority of their time deployed in-theater (Saudi Arabia at that time).”
“Playbill must look beyond its website and in-theater booklets, instead focusing on engagement and digital creativity.”
“Playbill must look beyond its website and in-theater booklets and focus on engagement and digital creativity.”
“The complex also houses a "4-D theater" that mixes 3-D horror movies with in-theater physical effects.”
“There are three traditional auditoriums and three Cinema Suites (for the plush in-theater dining experience), plus The Marquee Bar & Grill for drinks before and after the show.”
“Adam Rosenberg, MTV Movies Blog Editor on his favorite in-theater experience of the year ...”
“This year will be remembered as the year that in-theater experiences went mainstream.”
“The Met's "Live in HD" program, which will open its sixth season Saturday with an in-theater broadcast of " Anna Bolena ," made its 2006 debut on 98 screens around the globe; this year it will play on 1,600 screens in 54 countries.”
“Seats in these so-called "in-theater dining" cinemas are big and plush.”
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