Friends of the Orpheum Theatre & Downtown Phoenix Inc. present THE CLASSICS AT THE ORPHEUM THEATRE.
With nothing quite like sitting under a silver screen, the Orpheum Theatre is a place where history and technology collide. Guests get to enjoy classic films at a 93-year-old historical venue, inside of an audience chamber that creates an illusion of sitting in a Spanish villa, with a state-of-the-art sound system. Nothing in the Valley can top this experience. The theater has history, the beauty of the building, both inside and out, impresses all who visit. Equipped with new, state-of-the-art projection and sound equipment, Friends of the Orpheum Theatre, along with Downtown Phoenix Inc. and the City of Phoenix, are introducing a classic movie series at the historic theater.
PSYCHO – The Alfred Hitchcock thriller, filmed in Downtown Phoenix, about a psychotic motel owner who obsesses over his late, controlling mother while becoming the prime suspect in a murder case involving one of his recent guests; a pretty secretary who checked into the Bates Motel after impulsively stealing $40,000 and never checked out.
$16 adults, $11 children 12 and under.
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