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5 Wisconsin Drive-In Movie Theaters to Visit Before Summer Ends

Out with the old, in with the new? Nah. The Milky Way Drive-In combines both the past and the present to give their customers the best experience filled with “nostalgia and innovation.” They provide a safe environment to watch your favorite films, old and new, on their 40-foot LED screen. They also have some snacks to munch on as well as burgers, fries and milkshakes through their carhop concession service delivered by golf cart and orderable via phone app. Milky Way has new film showings, double features and frequent film classics such as The Goonies, GhostBusters and more. Audio for the film is available by tuning into an FM radio station. Their showtimes are run May through September with special Fright Nights through October. Tickets are available online and $35 per vehicle. Showtimes for future dates are subject to change, keep up with the official website for more information.
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Florida theaters can’t follow Broadway in requiring COVID-19 vaccines

If you want to see a Broadway show in the next few months, be prepared to provide proof of a COVID-19 vaccine or a negative test. The Broadway League, which represents producers and theater owners, has announced that all 41 Broadway houses will require vaccines for audience members, with some exceptions allowed, and that masks will be required inside the theaters, following the latest Centers for Disease Control recommendations.

Inside Inside, Inside (a Movie Theater)

After dropping on Netflix in late May, Bo Burnham brought his special Inside to theaters for one weekend only, from July 22 through July 25. Unlike most comedy specials, Inside has no live audience and no stage managers that helped with the production. It was filmed by Burnham himself, in his home, during the course of the pandemic. Inside covers the typical topics of a Burnham special, such as media, internet culture, and existential guilt. It contains about two dozen songs, as well as monologues and scenes, throughout. The special has since been nominated for six Emmy Awards and has been praised by multiple critics as one of the defining pieces of pandemic art.

Annette - Final Trailer

Watch the latest trailer for the upcoming film, Annette, starring Adam Driver, Marion Cotillard, Simon Helberg, and Devyn McDowell. Los Angeles, today. Henry (Adam Driver) is a stand-up comedian with a fierce sense of humor who falls in love with Ann (Marion Cotillard), a world-renowned opera singer. Under the spotlight, they form a passionate and glamorous couple. The birth of their first child, Annette, a mysterious little girl with an exceptional destiny, will turn their lives upside down. The film features a story and music by Ron and Russel Mael of The Sparks. Annette, directed by Leos Carax (Holy Motors), arrives in theaters on August 6, 2021, and on Prime Video August 20, 2021.
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Concert venues, theaters continue to reopen amid rising COVID-19 cases; some will require mask usage

As more bars, theaters and music venues continue to reopen to full-capacity, the Delta variant of the coronavirus has caused a spike in new COVID-19 cases. The increase in infections caused the Center for Disease Control to recommend last week that everyone, regardless of vaccination status, should resume wearing masks indoors, in areas like Maricopa County which are experiencing a “high to substantial” rate of community spread.
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What's on stage? 9 new shows to see at Cape Cod theaters

Cape Rep Theatre’s summer of children’s shows at its Outdoor Theatre continues with “Puppets, Paul & Mary,” with puppeteer Mary Wilson and singer/songwriter Paul Kehoe at 10 a.m. Tuesdays through Aug. 24, then Holly Erin McCarthy’s play “The Fantasti-cal House of Maya Mouse” at 10 a.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays through Sept. 2.

ANNETTE Starring Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard Gets a Final Trailer

Amazon has released a final trailer for Leos Carax‘s upcoming musical Annette, starring Adam Driver as a comedian who falls in love with an opera singer played by Marion Cotillard. This is the film that garnered a ridiculously long standing ovation at Cannes. Annette will be in theaters Friday with...
Houston, TXHouston Chronicle

Houston director of ‘Playing God’ film to speak at area screening

Scott Brignac, the Houston-based director of the film “Playing God” which opens in theaters nationally Friday, will be having a short Q&A session on Friday at the Star Cinema Grill Richmond’s 7:30 p.m. showing. “Playing God,” starring Michael McKean (“Better Call Saul”), Marc Menchaca (“Ozark”) and Alan Tyduk (“Arrested Development”),...
Theater & Danceartdaily.com

After 40 years, a luminary of theater's avant-garde departs

NEW YORK (NYT NEWS SERVICE).- When Blanka Zizka retired from her post as artistic director of the Wilma Theater at the end of July, it was truly the end of an era. “I have been at it for 40 years,” Zizka said in a video interview from Philadelphia, where the company is based. “That’s a long time.”
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Theater to Stream: Offerings on the Fringe of Edinburgh Fringe

Like a lot of other events, the sprawling Edinburgh Festival Fringe did not happen last summer. At least it not physically: Many Edinburgh-related digital events sprouted in its stead. Fringe is back in person this year, but so are some of the streaming presenters, delivering the festival’s unruly, anything-goes vibe all over the world.
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Jennifer Hudson Surprises Fans At A ‘Queens Night Out’ Screening Of Her Movie ‘Respect’ In Atlanta

Last night here in Atlanta, Award-Winning Singer & Actress Jennifer Hudson attended the “Respect” fan screening at IPIC Theaters at Colony Square. She surprised fans in the audience with her appearance and the crowd was stunned! She looked gorgeous and I loved her cute outfit! Check out more pictures inside and don’t forget to check out the movie this month! I was supposed to be at this screening but couldn’t make it, dang it!
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Lady Gaga in House of Gucci is the best new TikTok sound, and these are the funniest ones

I love it when an iconic line gets instant new life as a TikTok sound, and that’s exactly what’s happened after the high camp extravaganza that is the House of Gucci trailer dropped last week. It was only a matter of time, and we weren’t exactly short of options for things to go viral. Ridley Scott’s new film about the hitman assassination of Maurizio Gucci arranged by his ex wife Patrizia Reggiani has Lady Gaga chewing up every severe line and spitting it out again three times harder. Whether it was this or “father, son and House of Gucci”, it was obvious we’d be getting the TikTok gems from it sooner or later.

Watch Aretha Franklin Compose Her Biggest Hit in This New Clip from 'Respect'

You can be among the first to watch Jennifer Hudson as Aretha Franklin in the new film Respect by attending our Fandango Premiere: Early Access screening on Sunday, August 8. Tickets are now on sale for the special advance screening, which will also feature an exclusive interview with Hudson that audiences will have a chance to watch along with the film itself. To find out where the film is playing by you, head right here for all showtimes.
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Watch an Exclusive Clip from 6:45, a Time-Looping Psychological Thriller Opening in Theaters on August 6th

Ahead of the 6:45's theatrical release later this week, we have an exclusive clip just for Daily Dead viewers!. "What if one of the best days of your life suddenly turned into one of your worst nightmares? And what if you were forced to relive that same day again and again? From Director Craig Singer (Dark Ride, Perkins 14, Animal Room) comes a pulse-pounding, time-looping psychological thriller about a dream vacation gone very, very bad.
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A New Improv Theater Tries to Be the Anti-U.C.B. Is That a Trap, Too?

When the Upright Citizens Brigade permanently closed its New York operations last year, the news hit Corin Wells like a death in the family. She moved to the city because of U.C.B., invested time and money, evolving from a student to a teacher and in the uncertain early months of the pandemic, the theater represented an anchor to the past and hope for the future. “When I got the email, I cried,” she said in a video call. “I didn’t have anything to go back to.”