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The Dark Crystal at Dryden Theater in Rochester, NY

Discussion in 'Fantasy Worlds' started by plucky, Nov 24, 2006.

  1. plucky

    plucky New Member

    For anyone in (or who wants to drive to) the Rocheter, NY area, the Dryden Theater at the George Eastman House will be showing Muppet Movies over the next few Sundays.

    Informational Links:
    Dryden Theater Homepage
    Dryden Calander of Events
    Admission Prices, etc.

    Movies and Times:
    The Muppet Movie - Sun. November 26th, 2PM and 7PM
    The Great Muppet Caper - Sun. December 3rd, 2PM and 7PM
    ----TGMC will be preceded by a showing of 'Time Piece'
    The Muppets Take Manhattan - Sun. December 10th, 2PM and 7PM
    The Dark Crystal - Sun. December 17th, 2PM and 7PM
    The Muppet Christmas Carol - FRIDAY December 22, 8PM and
    SATURDAY December 23, 5PM

    (x-posted from Classic Muppets forum)


    edit: Shoot, my finger slipped (darn laptop keyboards), so the thread title is messed up. If anyone can edit it to 'The Dark Cyrstal to be shown at Dryden Theater in Rochester, NY', that would be great :) Sorry!
  2. crazed gonzo fa

    crazed gonzo fa Active Member

    (weeps bitterly) I would love to see The Dark Crystal in theaters. But I live too far away...

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