STAR WARS: The New York Times has the scoop on a Star Wars theater show at Broadway’s Palm Springs Hotel.
The first two nights are the two biggest Star Wars productions in history, and the show is based on the classic film trilogy.
The New Republic will show the film as it originally was.
There will be live musical performances and even a scavenger hunt.
The cast and crew of the film will be there, too.
The show opens in May, and it will be part of a series of free performances at the Palm Springs.
There’s also a movie theater, a museum, a community garden, and an art gallery.
The show is a joint effort between the New Republic, the New York City Opera, and New York’s Pompidou Center.
The New Republic told the Times that it has worked with the Pompi Center for decades to bring the best of both worlds to the theater.
The theater has had to get creative with how to best use space in the theater space, but the show at Palm Springs is unique.
The Pompilios will not have a marquee, and no big screen will be visible.
Instead, there will be “a very small, intimate space in which the story unfolds,” the Times said.
“This is something that’s really unique,” said Pompinato’s director, Daniel J. DeSanto.
“This is a theater where you are not necessarily in the front row, but you are able to sit at the table, you are sitting at the bar and you are watching.”
Pompi director Daniel J DeSantos says a theater that can be the hub for all the people who want to experience the Star Wars movies will be a great addition to the Pomps history.
(Courtesy of Pompo.)
The theater is part of the POMP’s history, which includes other events like a live musical performance of The Nutcracker and an installation of a life-size replica of Princess Leia’s Death Star, but this will be the first time the theater has been used for a film.
“It is an opportunity for all of us to come together and to be part for a long time to come,” DeSante said.