“Wicked” Events with MCPB

The Main Campus Program Board (MCPB) at Temple is one of the best ways to participate in cool and fun events on and off campus. Some exciting upcoming events include a trip to see Wicked on Broadway in New York City, and an outdoor “Moonlight Movie” screening of horror film Don’t Breathe.

wicked-poster-2Wicked is a new twist on the classic Wizard of Oz fantasy. Before Dorothy dropped in, Elphaba was a young, extremely intelligent, immensely talented girl, but she has green skin. She is seen as strange and an outcast by society. When she meets the extremely popular, blond, and bubbly Galinda (later shortened to just “Glinda”), their initial rivalry and hatred of one another turns into an unlikely and lifelong friendship. But, what happens when one is seen as “good”, and the other as “wicked”?

Filled with iconic songs such as “Popular”, “Defying Gravity”, and “For Good”, Wicked is a Broadway blockbuster that you do not want to miss! Tickets go on sale for $40 at The Reel Box Office on Thursday, October 27th at noon. The trip to NYC to see the show is on Saturday, November 5th, and food will be provided by Planet Hollywood. To learn more about Wicked visit its official Broadway site.

Horror movie Don’t Breathe tells the story of a trio of thieves who break into a wealthy blind veteran’s home, believing him to be an easy target. But, when they find themselves trapped inside his house, they must fight for their lives to survive after discovering something shocking about their seemingly helpless victim.dont-breathe-2016-english-movie-poster

The film was met with great reviews and is a must see, truly scary movie. The screening is on Thursday, November 3rd at the Bell Tower and Beury Beach. The event starts at 6:30 and the movie begins at 7:00. A TU ID is required, and complimentary blankets are available on a first come, first serve basis. To learn more about Don’t Breathe, visit its IMDb page.

To learn more about Temple’s Main Campus Program Board, including upcoming events and how to get involved, visit the MCPB website

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