Tag: Star Wars

Star Wars: A New Hope | The Long Center for the Performing Arts

Gear Up for ‘The Last Jedi’ with ‘Star Wars: A New Hope,’ In Concert

The most anticipated move of the year is arriving in a galaxy near you this December. Gear up for Star Wars: The Last Jedi with a full screening of A New Hope with John Williams’ iconic score played live by the Austin Symphony Orchestra. Experience the sound of a galaxy we just can’t forget, October 11 & 12. Read More ›

Manual Cinema: Lula Del Ray | The Long Center for the Performing Arts

Live-To-Picture: Music & Movies We Love

With the launch of our new 2017 Summer/Fall Season and more great shows and experiences ahead, we’re focusing on what we love best about entertainment—the energy of live music and the thrill of a large screen. And so, we give you Live-To-Picture! Check out this Fall’s cinematic experiences. Read More ›

Long Center Presents 2016-2017 Season | The Long Center for the Performing Arts

Our New Season May Have Launched, but That Doesn’t Mean We’re Done Adding to it!

It’s true–the new Long Center Presents 16-17 season is upon us, but we’re not done! We’ve added several shows since you last checked in with use. Take a look at what’s coming up! Star Wars, Pokémon Symphony, Chris Botti, and more! Read More ›

Star Wars Marathon | The Long Center for the Performing Arts

Let Your Nerd Flag Fly Because Star Wars Marathon is Coming!

With the upcoming—limited release!—STAR WARS MARATHON, we thought we’d help you all out with a brief rundown on the best way to dress up as one of your favorite characters from these films. Trust us—there are A LOT of interpretations of these costumes, from best dressed to, well. . . dressed on a budget. We hope this helps you prepare to protect the galaxy from the Galactic Empire by joining the rebel alliance or by serving as a Stormtrooper on the dark side. Take your pick! Read More ›

Twin Infinity: Pure, Unadulterated Adventure

Radio, Foley and Comics – oh my! Intergalactic Nemesis: Twin Infinity premiers at the Long Center on September 5 and 6 … Read More ›