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El Capitan Theatre to Show ‘Beauty and the Beast’ in 3D January 13

30 December 2011 No Comment

Yesterday, sources announced that Disney’s Beauty and the Beast in 3D would be presented at the El Capitan Theatre from January 13 until February 2, 2012.

Kids will receive special RealD 3D glasses, and guests will be treated to a live appearance from Belle herself before each showing at the historic theatre.

Lylle Breier, senior vice president of worldwide special events for Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures says:

Of all the Disney animated features, ‘Beauty and the Beast’ is one of the most beloved and treasured. Now, thanks to the magic of Disney Digital 3D, our audiences can experience this Academy Award- winning classic in a whole new way. This special engagement is the perfect entertainment for guests of all ages––from those who grew up with this timeless animated feature, to those who have yet to discover the wonder of this Disney masterpiece for the very first time.

In addition to the special 3D presentation, select days and times will feature “Story Time with Belle,” where guests can enjoy snacks, beverages and a special reading in the lower lounge of the theatre, which has been magically transformed into Beast’s library. Advanced reservations are required for this special event, and seating will be limited.

Additional special events include “Breakfast with Belle” on Saturday’s and Sunday’s, as well as “Tiny Tot Tuesday” on January 17 at 10 a.m. This special event presents Beauty and the Beast in 3D in a small-kid’s friendly way, including dimmed lighting and reduced sounds.

Daily showtimes will be at 10 a.m., 1 a.m., 4 p.m. and 7 p.m., and tickets are available now at elcapitantickets.com.

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