Venue: Julianne and George Argyros Plaza
Tickets start at $20.00
In her first Hollywood feature film, Audrey Hepburn plays a princess who is tired of being the center of social events and a target for the paparazzi. During a visit to Rome, she escapes her guardians in order to explore the city. While a massive search takes place, an American reporter, played by Gregory Peck, makes her acquaintance and pretends not to know her identity as he guides her on an unforgettable day around Rome. Directed by the legendary William Wyler, Roman Holiday is one of the most charming romantic comedies in screen history.
Set-up begins at 6:30 p.m., with the movie starting at 7:30.
Please note the following safety precautions will be in place for this event:
Masks must be worn by all guests upon check-in and until they arrive to their assigned viewing areas. Each viewing area will be separated by 6 feet of space from neighboring viewing areas. Contactless check-in will include a touchless thermometer temperature check, and hand sanitizer stations will be accessible throughout the Plaza. Movie goers should plan to bring their own folding chairs, blankets and refreshments as these will not be provided by the Center. Due to space and sightline limitations, tables, barbecues and food preparation will not be permitted on the Plaza.
This movie will be closed captioned.