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LIVE in HD Broadcast: "Children of Paradise" Paris Opera BalleTomorrow, July 9

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#1 Joseph


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Posted 08 July 2011 - 12:55 PM

Just to remind everyone - TODAY, JULY 9, there will be a live broadcast of Jose Martinez's "Children of Paradise," a ballet based on the film of the same name. It is being broadcast LIVE from the Paris Opera Ballet. For NY audiences it is being shown at the BIG Cinemas Manhattan, at 239 E 59th street, between 2nd and 3rd avenue at 1:30 PM.

There will also be an encore screening on Sunday, June 17 as some theaters do not have the proper equipment to handle LIVE broadcasts. Usually, depending on the cinemas, these screenings are slightly cheaper. But, it is always exciting to see it live!

Click on the link below to find a show time at a cinema near you:


Feel free to respond or message me with any questions...

#2 mira


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Posted 30 July 2011 - 12:09 PM

oh my gosh - did anyone see POB's "Children of Paradise" today? I was transported to Paris for 3 hours. Jose Martinez's choreography was fabulous/genius - oh the gorgeous etoiles. During intermission was "street theatre" - live pas of "Othello" by two etoiles on the marble staircase inside the Palais Garnier accompanied by a solo violin and surrounded by the delighted crowd with their cameras and video/phones. thank you POB and Ballet in Cinema - bringing these amazing artists to local cinemas.

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