"Guys and Dolls" Screening at the Palace to Feature Performances by Joshua Henry, Steven Pasquale, Betsy Wolfe and More

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Tony Award winner Lin-Manuel Miranda will continue the monthly series of "Classic NYC Movies at the Palace" by hosting a screening of the 1955 movie musical "Guys and Dolls" at the historic United Palace of Cultural Arts Oct. 12.

Joshua Henry
Joshua Henry

The event will feature a concert of songs from the movie, performed by Eden Espinosa (Rent, Wicked), Joshua Henry (The Scottsboro Boys, Violet), Christopher Jackson (In The Heights, Holler If Ya Hear Me), Steven Pasquale ("Rescue Me," The Bridges Of Madison County) and Betsy Wolfe (The Last Five Years, Bullets Over Broadway). Tony Award winner Alex Lacamoire (In the Heights, Bring It On: The Musical) will accompany on the piano.

The theatre, which was originally called the Loew's 175th Street Theatre when it opened in 1930, had not screened films in more than 40 years. The "Sunday at the Palace" series follows the fundraising campaign "Return Film to the Palace," which raised close to $50,000.

Doors open at 4 PM, and the stage show begins at 5 PM. The film begins at 5:30 PM.

The movie will be shown in English with Spanish subtitles.

Tickets can be purchased by visiting ovationtix.com. Visit unitedpalace.org/upca for more information.

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