Why? Because so many people covet them. Because the Los Angeles Conservancy summer film series takes place in a clutch of downtown's most historic, flourish-filled theaters, theaters that rarely show films nowadays, and everyone wants in. Because the film events only happen over a half dozen nights a year.
Last Remaining Seats for 2010 will be especially in demand -- screening "The Graduate" at the Los Angeles Theatre will not be unpopular -- and so we're putting word out now. Why now? On Wednesday, March 31, tickets for the series go on sale to members.
Non-members will have their crack at 'em on Wednesday, April 14.
So, like a certain young man racing through California to stop a certain wedding, interested parties best race toward becoming a Conservancy member, or people who are already members best race to getting those tickets.