$20 for Two Tickets to "Coppélia" Ballet or $25 for Two Tickets to "The Magic Flute" Opera in Cinema at Carmike Cinemas Wynnsong 16

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In a Nutshell

  • Ballet or opera in cinema
  • World-class performances
  • Professionally filmed
  • Enjoy modern theater comforts

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Traditional operas mirror Hollywood's modern-day predilection for storybook romance, scene-stopping spectacle, and CGI-enhanced dance numbers. Witness a fusion of artistic mediums with today's Groupon for two tickets to see a ballet or opera presented in cinema by Emerging Cinemas at the Carmike Cinemas Wynnsong 16. Choose between two options:

The Emerging Cinemas network presents world-class performing arts, recorded on-scene at internationally recognized theaters and splashes them across the big screen before popcorn-chomping American audiences. Coppélia, choreographed by Patrice Bart, is a comic tale that follows the en pointe follies of a lovesick villager whose fiancée must compete with a life-like dancing automaton to win his affections. Composed by Mozart, The Magic Flute, a two-act opera with both dialogue and singing, tells the story of young prince Tamino and his love interest, Pamina, as they struggle through a series of fantastical trials and stress-induced cupcake binges to realize their union.

Professionally filmed, the performances are captured by multiple cameras with a combination of sweeping angles and detailed close-ups, allowing patrons a rare view of production details blasted through Carmike Cinema's high-definition big screens and surround-sound systems. Operas are sung in their original language and are accompanied by English subtitles, and ballets are supplemented by Morse code toe taps that convey plot points to dance-illiterate viewers.

Reviews

The Washington Post, the Las Vegas Review-Journal, and the Chicago Sun-Times have all favorably reviewed Opera in Cinema. More than 2,775 Facebookers like Opera in Cinema.

  • The wide screen and high definition lends itself to the pleasant excesses of opera, and the camera angles allow intimate views of things we'd never see -- such as the intricate workings of the musicians' fingers. – Anthony del Valle, Las Vegas Review-Journal

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