The Last Unicorn screening tour has completed it’s summer slate of convention showings, and is back on the road doing city by city showings.
This will be the one and only time the Tour will be playing in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Illinois, so don’t miss your chance!
For more information and links to online ticket sales, go to www.lastunicorntour.com.
Here are the current dates, times, and locations for this tour leg:
Monday September 15, 6:30 PM & 8:30 PM
Zinema 2 – Duluth, MN (click here to buy tickets)
Tuesday September 16, 7 PM
Woodbury 10 Theatre – Woodbury, MN
Wednesday September 17 & Thursday September 18, 7 PM
Riverview Theater – Minneapolis, MN
Friday September 19, 6:45 PM & 9:15 PM
Marcus Point Cinema – Madison, WI
Saturday September 20, 1 PM & 4 PM
The Times Cinema – Milwaukee, WI
Sunday September 21, 6:45 PM & 9:15 PM
Marcus Bay Park Cinema – Green Bay, WI
Monday September 22, 6:45 PM & 9:15 PM
Marcus Cedar Creek Cinema – Rothschild, WI
Tuesday September 23, 7:30 PM
Carmike Market Square 10 – DeKalb, IL
Wednesday September 24, 7 PM
Bloomington Galaxy 14 – Bloomington, IL
Thursday September 25, 7 PM
O’Fallon 15 Cine – O’Fallon, IL
Saturday September 27, 8 PM & Sunday September 28, 2 PM
Music Box Theatre – Chicago, IL
Monday September 29, 6:45 PM & 9:15 PM
Marcus Orland Park Cinema – Orland Park, IL
Tuesday September 30, 7 PM
Avon Theater – Decatur, IL
Wednesday October 1, 7 PM
Rochester Galaxy 14 Cine – Rochester, MN
You can also ask to be notified about sales for upcoming screening dates in October and November in Utah and Wyoming.
Looking for Midwestern Help & Hospitality
1) At some of these shows we still need volunteer on-site help. If you’d like to have fun and work a little in return for free movie tickets and some other thank-you presents, please email our volunteer coordinator, Chris Rickert, at firstname.lastname@example.org and let her know you are interested. The cities which aren’t fully covered yet are Milwaukee, Green Bay, O’Fallon, Orland Park, Decatur, and Rochester.
2) Whenever possible on the road, Peter and Connor (and this month’s road manager, Ashley bald) like to stay with friends and fans instead of bunking down in hotels or motel rooms. It’s a heck of a lot more interesting, that’s for sure — and it saves money, which doesn’t hurt either, since Peter and Connor are putting the Tour together without any major outside funding. So if you live in or near any of the cities on this month’s run, and have overnight crash space for three people, please email Lisa Manoogian at email@example.com and let her know.