Directed by Ivo Van Hove, it’s set to open in London next year
Composer Ryan Elder will lead the orchestra in the score’s first-ever live performance.
Italian prog-rockers will perform the score to the 1977 horror classic alongside a live film screening.
There are also plans to bring Elmer Bernstein’s score on the road this fall.
An audio visual concert experience in which he scores the film live from beginning to end using Wu-Tang’s discography.
The special event will feature the original off-Broadway band soundtracking a film screening of the play’s London production.
Their soundtrack included “Don’t Take the Money”, Antonoff’s new collaboration with Lorde.
He’ll perform selections from The Dark Knight Trilogy, Inception, Gladiator, et al.
Bobby Digital will revisit the album that started it all.
Newsom showed up unannounced at a live score with Jon Brion.
Plus: Kurt Vile, Sigur Rós, a Jeff Beck tribute with Buddy Guy, and a Star Trek live score.
Jack Skellington himself will sing with accompaniment from the full orchestra and stop-motion film.