John Malkovich in The Music Critic, written by Aleksey Igudesman is coming to the Beacon Theatre on Saturday, October 28.
John Malkovich, equipped with a frivolous potpourri of musical insults, slips into the role of the evil critic who believes the music of Beethoven, Chopin, Prokofiev, and the likes to be weary and dreary. Aleksey Igudesman has created a sardonic mix of the most evil music critiques of the last centuries written about some of the greatest works of music.
SPHERE IMMERSIVE SOUND
The Beacon Theatre now features a groundbreaking new audio system – Sphere Immersive Sound – making The Beacon THE best sounding venue in the world. Sphere Immersive Sound uses 3D audio beamforming technology to deliver targeted, crystal-clear and uniform audio to every seat in the house – setting a new standard for sound quality in performance venues. With this innovative technology, whether you’re seated in the front row or the back of the balcony, you have the exact same audio experience. With consistent audio levels from point of origin to destination, the sound to each seat is sonically perfect.
Where to Enter
- Please plan to arrive early! Use the Beacon Theatre entrances located off Broadway or Amsterdam Avenue between West 74th and West 75th Streets.
- Please be sure to have your digital tickets easily accessible on your phone to enter the venue. Tickets can be accessed and displayed via the Ticketmaster App (Download: Android | iOS).
- Bags must fit comfortably under your seat, and oversized bags larger than 22″ x 14″ x 9″ are prohibited. To view the full list of prohibited items, click here.
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