“Classical” Hitchock

Is there any better way to celebrate Halloween than to watch an iconic horror film? Maybe this: Watch Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho on the big screen while the Seattle Symphony plays the spine-tingling soundtrack live. The classic 1960 thriller introduced the world to the terrifyingly creepy Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins). No one can forget Janet Leigh’s famous shower scene that caused many to switch to baths. Whether you’ve seen it several times or this is your first, the swelling of the live music as the scene plays out to its bloody end will have you looking nervously over your shoulder for days.

IF YOU HURRY, you may be able to get a $25 ticket for the performance on Oct. 31st at 7:30 p.m. at Benaroya Hall. Click on link below…



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