A new documentary chronicling The Who‘s 1973 album Quadrophenia will be shown for one night only in select movie theaters nationwide on July 24th.
“The Who: Quadrophenia-Can You See the Real Me?” will feature behind-the-scenes footage capturing the band recording their sixth studio album and second rock opera (the first being Tommy in 1969). Quadrophenia is set in London and Brighton in 1964 and 1965 and describes the social, musical and psychological happenings from the perspective of an English teenager.
“Can You See the Real Me?” also contains archival concert footage and new interviews with the band’s surviving members, Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey.
Advanced tickets for the documentary go on sale today (June 20) and will be screened at several theaters in the New York area:
- New Roc Stadium 18, New Rochelle NY
- AMC Empire 25, New York City
- AMC Kips Bay 15, New York City
- AMC Stonybrook 17, Long Island NY
- City Center 15 Cinema Delux, White Plains NY
A full list of participating theaters can be found HERE.
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