Spamalot, Saturday Night Fever Source Films Screened at Tribeca Film Fest "Drive-In"

News   Spamalot, Saturday Night Fever Source Films Screened at Tribeca Film Fest "Drive-In"
Fans of Broadway's current musical Spamalot can view a special "Drive-In" screening of the work's source material, "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," April 22 as part of the coming Tribeca Film Festival.

Running nightly April 22-24 at 8 PM, American Express presents the "Drive-In" Outdoor Screenings at the North Cove of the World Financial Center. Admission is free but tickets — distributed primarily at the Tribeca Film Festival box office — are required.

The schedule of screenings is as follows:

  • April 22 – "Monty Python and the Holy Grail"
  • April 23 – "Saturday Night Fever" - The disco classic that also inspired a musical.
  • April 24 – "Mad Hot Ballroom" - A new documentary film that follows young NYC students learning, preparing and competing at ballroom dancing. (Free ballroom dance lessons for the public, taught by the NY schoolchildren who inspired the film will also be part of the evening.) Doors open at 6:30 PM for the 8 PM screenings. Tickets — available on a first come, first served basis — for the "Drive-In" movies are available at the Tribeca Film Festival Box Office, 443 Greenwich Street (at the corner of Vestry) beginning April 19. Note: No vehicles will be allowed on the premises. Ticketholders can enter through the Winter Garden; off the West Side Highway, just south of Vesey Street.


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