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Conquer Your Theater FOMO With Fathom Events

November 2, 2018 by Allison Considine
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There is nothing worse than missing out on live events and limited performances. No matter how many shows you see, the ones you miss have a way of haunting you. Fathom Events has a mission to vanquish FOMO and its lingering effects. The entertainment provider brings live and pre-recorded theatrical performances, films, concerts, comedy specials, and more to your local movie theater. So relax. You don’t have to buy expensive tickets and book a trip to see a performance. (Bonus: you can watch musicals while enjoying movie theater popcorn!) Here are a few upcoming screenings of performances from around the globe you can catch in your hometown.

Sarah Brightman
Couldn’t fly to the Bavarian Alps to see Sarah Brightman’s latest concert? No fear, Fathom Events is here. This 90-minute performance features a mix of musical fare (with some “Phantom gems” with OG Christine Daaé!), classical music, and performances by the Munich orchestra, a 50-voice choir, and the Ludwig Ensemble of dancers. The concert production — complete with fabulous costumes — will be in theaters on Nov. 8.

Cirque du Soleil’s “Kurios-Cabinet of Curiosities”
The circus is coming to town! Cirque du Soleil’s “Kurios-Cabinet of Curiosities” follows a mad scientist’s quest to discover the wonders of the world through items in his personal curio cabinet. The big-top magic comes to the big screen on Nov. 13, offering an up-close view of the acrobatic wizardry and special effects.

“Bandstand”
Private First Class Donny Novitski (Corey Cott) returns to the U.S. after World War II with a dream of being a musician. When NBC announces a radio contest to find the nation’s next great musical sensation, Novitski forms a band with fellow veterans — and his friend’s widow, Julia (Laura Osnes). This big-band musical, featuring the Tony-winning choreography by Andy Blankenbuehler, is sure to make your heart swell and your toes tap. The Broadway musical will be on screens Nov. 15 and 19.

“Allegiance”
This Broadway musical is set during the Japanese American internment of World War II, and follows a family’s experience after the attacks on Pearl Harbor. The musical about hope and perseverance was inspired by its star, George Takei, and his family. Catch a special screening of “Allegiance to Broadway,” about the musical’s journey to Broadway, on Dec. 4, and the full show — including exclusive conversations with the creative team — on Dec. 11.