For all you science fiction fans who just visited the Hollywood Bowl to watch ET come alive with musical accompaniment, we’ve got a treat to inform you about…
An evening is being devoted to the film Star Trek Into Darkness at UCLA’s Royce Hall on September 27, 2015.
There are myriad reasons you’re going to want to attend the 4 p.m. performance.
Among them, a pre-show Q&A with Star Trek Into Darkness’ Academy Award®-winning Composer Michael Giacchino and the evening’s host, Jon Burlingame, a reporter for The Film Music Society and film-music history professor at the University of Southern California.
Several other reasons we’re particularly excited about the evening: “…cheers, boos (for the villains, that is) and costumes are all encouraged! This event presents a chance to throw on that Starfleet uniform and capture some priceless photos. The “best-dressed” of the night will be brought up on stage to receive a special Star Trek prize.”
Yes, we love “dressing up” for a night on the town!
When the curtains rise and the film gets underway, the American Youth Symphony joins in, with David Newman conducting.
After the film, you know you’re going to want to talk about it with other Starfleet officers and aliens. A great place to do so is via a 7 p.m. dinner to benefit the American Youth Symphony.
You can grab tickets for both events here. And to learn more about the American Youth Symphony, visit http://aysymphony.org. Tickets free to AYS Members; General Public Tickets $15 in advance, $20 at the door.
So live long and prosper, and grab your tickets before they sell out!