Hugh Jackman stars in "The Greatest Showman."

‘The Greatest Showman’ at Levitt Pavilion postponed

UPDATE @12:35 p.m. — The rescheduled screening of “The Greatest Showman” at Levitt Pavilion has been postponed in the aftermath of the Dayton mass shooting.

UPDATE @ 1:05 p.m. (July 21):

Due to weather concerns and safety of guests, the PNC Family Series movie night of the musical “The Greatest Showman” has been postponed to August 4 at 8 p.m.

“We have been monitoring the weather closely and due to the possibility of storms, we have postponed tonight’s movie night in the interest of safety,” executive director Lisa Wagner said. “Also, with the use of a projector and a large screen, the weather predicted for tonight would impede the overall quality of the presentation of the movie.”

FIRST REPORT:

Levitt Pavilion wants to give families who may be limited financially the chance to enjoy the movies. The downtown Dayton venue will be hosting a free family movie night on Sunday, July 21.

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As part of the PNC Family Series, the venue will be screening a sing along version of the popular musical “The Greatest Showman.” The 2017 film starring Hugh Jackman has become a big hit thanks to its musical numbers, and is sure to bring a fun sense of wonder for the entire family.

Be there at dusk, and get ready to belt out songs like “The Greatest Show” and “Never Enough” as you watch the touching story of magician P.T. Barnum and the rest of his crazy circus crew.

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The pavilion encourages you to bring your own lawn chairs, blankets and snacks, and enjoy the movie with the whole family under the stars.

 WANT TO GO?

WHERE: Levitt Pavilion lawn, 134 S. Main St., Dayton

WHEN: Sunday, July 21, 8 to 10 p.m. 

COST: Free

INFO: Facebook

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