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San Antonio Symphony presents Raiders of the Lost Ark
Steven Spielberg’s Raiders of the Lost Ark, the top-grossing film of 1981 and recipient of nine Academy Award nominations, is often hailed as one of the greatest films of all time thanks to three major elements:
- The star power of Harrison Ford, whose turn as the cagey Dr. Indiana Jones launched a franchise and single-handedly popularized fedoras, bullwhips, and the ’80s fads of snake-hating and majoring in archaeology.
- The directorial savvy of young Steven Spielberg, who directs the movie with the gusto of a young Steven Spielberg.
- Last but not least, a gallant score by John Williams, who accompanies every boulder dodge, swordfight-turned-gunfight, and those cool dotted-line journeys across the map with a series of instantly-iconic melodies.
To celebrate the 35th anniversary of this action-adventure classic, the San Antonio Symphony amps the excitement by playing Williams’ iconic score in sync with the film on a huge HD screen. From the imminently hummable “duh-duh-da-da” of the “Raiders March” through the lilting melodies of “Marion’s Theme” and the eerie strains of “The Miracle of the Ark,” this live version works as a living special edition for longtime fans and as an ideal gateway into the Indiana Jones saga for first time viewers. Just be careful not to look directly at the tubas or your face might melt.
A National Historic Landmark, the Majestic Theatre has beckoned more than 4,000 performances to its sweeping stage since its renovation in 1989 and has been praised by such notable guests as Tony Bennett, Sting, and former first lady Barbara Bush. Inside, a Mediterranean-style cityscape frames the theater's proscenium, and the ceiling swirls with projections of clouds, allowing audience members to release parakeets into the wild during concerts and Broadway shows.