More Professional Theatre on the Palm’s Big Screen
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TELLURIDE – After the success of Metropolitan Opera screenings this season, the Michael D. Palm Theatre is pleased to announce that it is expanding its “Live in HD” programming to include productions from the English National Theatre. Similar to the Met Live in HD series, NT Live is an exciting new initiative to broadcast live performances by the National Theatre onto cinema screens worldwide. The four show pilot season first launched with Phèdre in July. Over 50,000 people worldwide saw the play on the big screen.

On Oct. 1, Shakespeare’s All’s Well That Ends Well will be filmed in high definition and broadcast via satellite to approximately 50 cinemas and arts centers, reaching a widespread audience live across the UK. Over 100 venues around the world, including the Palm Theatre in Telluride, will also screen the production. To ensure quality, the Palm will record the production, check the recording, and then screen All’s Well That Ends Well on Friday, Oct. 9 at 7 p.m.

Ticket prices for All’s Well are $22 for adults, $20 for seniors and $15 for students. Tickets are available at www.telluridepalm.com or by calling 970/369-5669.
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