Free - No Tickets Required
Starring Madonna, Antonio Banderas, and Jonathan Pryce, this 1986 film by Alan Parker depicts the infamous real-life story of Eva Duarte de Peron, who rose from poverty to become the most famous, powerful, and hated Argentine woman in history. Movie Mondays audiences will have a chance to experience the classic musical in 2-D before the new production opens the Center’s Broadway Series in December!
Rated PG, 1996, 2 hours and 15 minutes
The annual alfresco Movie Mondays is part of Segerstrom Center's Free for All series, and is held on the Center's inviting 46,000-square-foot Arts Plaza. During the last six summers, Movie Mondays has grown to attract thousands of families and movie fans from all over the Southland.
Additionally, as part of the Center's continuing partnership with the Newport Beach Film Festival, a selection of the best animated short films from this year's festival will be shown prior to each week's main feature.
The popular films are projected on the side of Segerstrom Hall. Guests are encouraged to bring beach chairs or other easily portable seating items. Set-up begins at 5:30 p.m., with the movie starting at dusk (approximately 8 p.m.). Guests may bring their own snacks and picnic suppers. Barbecues and similar food preparation appliances are not permitted.
And new for this year's series, Patina Catering will also be providing specially-themed menu items for each Movie Monday available for purchase.
Segerstrom Center will again hold entertaining themed contests before each screening. Past contests have included trivia games and dance competitions. Contests are open to all movie-goers and start at approximately 7:30 p.m. Prizes such as tickets to shows, DVDs and other fun-filled items are awarded to contest winners.
Read more about Free Movie Mondays Return to Segerstrom Center for the Arts, July-Aug 2013 by costamesa.broadwayworld.com
Bring food, Alcohol, chairs and some warm clothes we will have so much fun.