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The Carnegie in Covington has announced that it’s next Carnegie in Concert production will be a silent film with live music. Now, it’s not just any silent film…. we’re talking about JM Barrie’s Peter Pan, a story that resonates with children of all generations.
With all the high-tech gadgetry out there, we like the idea of taking a step back and bringing the kids out to experience a film in a such a classic way. There’s something magical about an old black and white movie, reading the words on the screen, having live music in the theatre. It’s a really unique experience.
Description from The Carnegie
Captain Hook, the Lost Boys, Peter Pan and Wendy first leapt from the storybook to the screen in 1924, with the actors portraying them chosen by creator J.M. Barrie himself. Misplaced for more than 70 years, that cinematic treasure and an accompanying contemporary harp score receive their first screening and performance in the Greater Cincinnati area next month.
Here’s a preview we found on YouTube:
Tickets to Carnegie in Concert performance are $16 – $19 and are available at TheCarnegie Box Office, open Tuesday through Friday, 12pm – 5pm, online at www.thecarnegie.com, or by phone at (859) 957-1940.
Right now they are also offering a Family 4-pack – 2 kids/2 adults – for $40, a nice savings!
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Enter to win a 4-pack of tickets to the screening of the silent film version of JM Barrie’s Peter Pan – Thursday, May 17 at 7:30pm. Entering is easy, just leave a comment for each one you do (or already do). :
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That’s it, it’s that easy. Giveaway will end Tuesday, May 1 at Noon. The winner will be selected at random (using random.org) and will be contacted via email.Please make sure that when you comment you include a valid email address. Winner will also be posted to the FFC Facebook page after an email has been sent.
Disclosure: FFC’s Shannan B. works for The Carnegie. They were nice enough to give us tickets to giveaway to one lucky FFC reader.