The Film Adaptation of Michael John LaChiusa’s Musical Will Now be Shown in Over 230 Movie Theaters Nationwide
Due to remarkable demand, Screenvision Media, a national leader in cinema advertising, in association with KAOS Connect and SPEAKproductions, announced today that it has added multiple new theater locations and screening dates for “Hello Again,” the film adaptation of Michael John LaChiusa’s acclaimed musical which is set to hit theaters beginning November 8. Updated theater information, show dates and ticket information can be found at www.helloagainmovietix.com.
“The positive response we’ve received from fans and exhibitors nationwide just a few weeks after announcing this release has been enormous, so we’ve made it a priority to bring this film to as many people as possible.” said Darryl Schaffer, Executive Vice President of Operations and Exhibitor Relations at Screenvision Media. “I am delighted to share this powerful musical with even more theater lovers across the country.”
The musical feature film, “Hello Again” chases 10 fleeting love affairs across 10 periods in New York City history. The pursued becomes pursuer as they spin through daisy-chained vignettes that come together in one soulful circle. Originally produced by Lincoln Center Theatre in 1994, and inspired by Arthur Schnitzler’s controversial 1896 play “La Ronde,” “Hello Again” was nominated for eight Drama Desks.
The ensemble cast features six-time Tony Award winner Audra McDonald, Emmy Award-winner and Tony nominee Martha Plimpton, Emmy and Drama Desk nominee T.R. Knight, Rumer Willis, Cheyenne Jackson, SAG Award-winner and Grammy nominee Jenna Ushkowitz, Teen Choice Award-winner Tyler Blackburn, Sam Underwood, Nolan Gerard Funk, and Al Calderon. “Hello Again,” directed by Tom Gustafson, features a screenplay by Cory Krueckeberg and music and lyrics by Michael John LaChiusa.
SPEAKproductions’ adaptation of “Hello Again” epitomizes the power and potential of musical cinema with thrilling performances and an entrancing score. Epic in emotional scope and striking in visual landscape, lovers of Broadway and boundary-pushing storytelling will lose themselves in “Hello Again’s” visceral vignettes.
“Hello Again” will now be shown in over 230 theaters nationwide, with 80 recently added AMC locations and top DMAs including Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City, and Orlando.
About Screenvision Media
Headquartered in New York, N.Y., Screenvision Media is a national leader in cinema advertising, offering on-screen advertising, in-lobby promotions and integrated marketing programs to national, regional and local advertisers and providing comprehensive cinema advertising representation services to top tier theatrical exhibitors presenting the highest quality movie going experience. The Screenvision Media cinema advertising network is comprised of over 14,600 screens in 2,300+ theatre locations across all 50 states and 94% of DMAs nationwide; delivering through more than 150 theatrical circuits, including 6 of the top 10 exhibitor companies. For more information: http://screenvisionmedia.com/.
About KAOS Connect, LLC
Headquartered in Denver, CO, KAOS Connect is the next step in the evolution of the event experience, making events more accessible and engaging both on–and beyond–the Big Screen. By transforming ordinary content into extraordinary experiences, KAOS connects people, organizations, brands and content worldwide. Owned and operated by two seasoned media executives, Shelly Maxwell and Dan Diamond have been credited with the success of creating and building the world’s preeminent EVENT CINEMA business as they transformed movie theatres into places where communities could gather together to experience unique entertainment and infotainment, not just traditional films. For more information: http://www.kaosconnect.com.
SPEAKproductions’ acclaimed films have won over 50 awards & screened more than 250 film festivals around the world including Tribeca Film Festival, Raindance, Nashville, Cinequest, Chicago Int’l, Florida, Taipei Golden Horse, Dublin Int’l, Vail, Jecheon, Montreal World, Provincetown Int’l, Atlantic, Rhode Island Int’l, Woodstock, and Frameline. Past films include the cult-hit musical “Were the World Mine,” chosen by The New York Times as Critics’ Pick, Mexican co-production “Mariachi Gringo” which premiered as the opening night film at the Miami Film Festival and won the top honor at Latin America’s premiere festival in Guadalajara, and micro-budget “Getting Go” which was screened alongside all of their work at the 37th Cleveland Int’l Film Festival as Cory and Tom were honored as “Someone to Watch.”