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Star Wars: A New Hope with Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra 

When: Thu., July 12, 7 p.m. and Fri., July 13, 7 p.m. 2018
Price: $25
pittsburghsymphony.org
If you’re the type that likes throwing plastic spoons at The Room or clocking coconuts during The Holy Grail, it’s time to step up to the ultimate cult-film interactive screening experience of sitting quietly and enjoying Star Wars: A New Hope with a live orchestra. The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra will perform John Williams’ score in real time along with a screening of the film at Heinz Hall. You’ll surely recognize the brilliant, unforgettable themes from this iconic film composer, whose credits include Stepmom (1998) and SpaceCamp (1986). Leave the coconuts at home and don’t throw anything.

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