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Metropolitan Opera's Live in HD season kicks off this Saturday with new student pricing

Published October 9, 2012 11:08 am
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The Metropolitan Opera's Live in HD 2012-2013 season kicks off this Saturday, October 13 through NCM Fathom Events (http://www.ncm.com/fact-sheets/fathom-events

There is new student pricing being introduced for the cinema opera series this year. For Utah-area students who may have never experienced opera before, this is an opportunity to sample the art form in the comfort of a local movie theater. You can even wear shorts and snack on hot dogs.Special student ticket prices range from $11.50 - $20 (almost half of the regular ticket price and a fraction of the $360 cost to see the Met live in New York). Here's a listing of the movie theaters in the Salt Lake City area that are showing these live operas and offering student pricing:

Cinemark- University MallCinemark - BountifulCinemark - Draper and XDCinemark - FarmingtonCinemark - TinseltownTinseltown - NewgateCinemark 16 ProvoCinemark 24 W. JordanCinemark -Holiday Village 4Cinemark - Salt Lake City 16Cinemark - Union Heights 16Since student pricing varies among participating theaters, readers can find location pricing information at www.fathomevents.com<




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