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New Orleans, LA–(Marketwired – Feb 04, 2017)–River Cinema is thrilled to announce that it is adding a new app to its library.
The new app allows users to watch live events and shows at River Cinema, the first theater chain in the US.
In addition to live events, the app also includes the ability to purchase tickets to the shows, which include classics like “Penny Dreadful” and “The Color Purple.”
The app will be available in English and Spanish on mobile devices, and in Chinese, Korean, and French.
“River Cinema was created by a dedicated group of people who have always wanted to be able for people to watch movies, but couldn’t find a way to do it,” said Joe Fussell, co-founder and CEO of River Cinema.
“We are thrilled to provide a new way for people who love to see live theater, live entertainment, and live music to watch it.
We look forward to working with other partners to help make the experience even better.”
The app allows fans to search for shows, movies, and other content, and access a detailed catalog of the shows available to watch online or in person.
In addition to the apps content, the apps main focus is to provide access to the River Cinema shows through the theater’s online platform, RiverCinemaLive.com, which includes a live-streaming service, as well as a video feed that allows fans the opportunity to see their favorite shows.
The new app will become available on March 2, and the first show in the lineup is “The Sound of Music,” starring Mark Ruffalo and Jennifer Hudson.
River Cinema also announced today that it will release an app for its own streaming service, River CinemaLive.
Streams of the company’s shows will be free.
For more information, visit www.rivercinemashow.com.