Tickets for the shows, distributed by Fathom Events, can be bought online or at the door.
Here are some highlights from the coming months worth checking out:
Turner Classic Movies: Kicking off with “The Wizard of Oz,” (ending tonight, Jan. 30) which is celebrating its mammoth 80th anniversary this year, several all-time great films will be available to revisit in the theaters.
For many, this will be their first opportunity to see these films in a proper theater setting, rather than on a small television at home.
Wednesday, Jan. 30: “The Wizard of Oz” Feb. 17 and 20: “My Fair Lady” Feb. 28 and March 3: “Gone with the Wind” March 24 and March 27: “To Kill a Mockingbird”
The Metropolitan Opera Live Broadcasts:
Can’t afford a trip to New York — let alone ticket prices to the renowned Metropolitan Opera? No problem. These are live HD broadcasts.
Feb. 2, 6 and 9: “Carmen” March 2 and 6: “La Fille Du Régiment” March 30 and April 3: “Die Walküre” Anime: Some of the most critically acclaimed animated films aren’t from Pixar, Disney or DreamWorks, but rather from a multitude of studios in Japan. Japanese animation, better known as anime, is often trailblazing and ahead of the curve.
Thursday, Jan. 31: “A Silent Voice” Feb. 7 and 10: “I Want to Eat Your Pancreas” Feb. 19: “Mobile Suit Gundam NT” March 14: “Fate/Stay Night Heaven’s Feel II: Lost Butterfly” Other events include “Diana Ross: Her Life, Love and Legacy March 26 and 28; “The Moses Controversy” on March 14, 16 and 19; “Bolshoi Ballet: The Sleeping Beauty” on March 10 and “Doctor Who: Logopolis” March 13.
For a full list of show times, locations and ticket prices visit www.fathomevents.com