We went to the March Pizza and a Movie Night where the theme was Vigilantes. Unfortunately, we had our own “plot twist” that prevented us from watching a movie, so…. the Vigilante Edition became the Pizza and Friends Edition!
Never been to Pizza and a Movie? Well, this is how it usually works. Each month there’s one theme and three films. We eat pizza then we vote on the movie…mob rule style!
We asked one teen and two interns to give you their responses on March PaaM (minus the movie). Check out what Juliana (TRaC Teen), Aniah (High 5 Intern), and Keila (TRaC Intern) have to say.
How would you sum up the day in one sentence?
Aniah: Well, we didn’t get to watch a movie but if I could sum up the day I’d say it was pretty good.
Keila: The pizza and the get together was a good time but I wish we could have seen the movie.
Juliana: To sum up the day in one sentence it was a good experience.
Even though we didn’t get to see a movie today, would you recommend this program to someone else?
Aniah: Definitely had a great experience. I had a chance to meet new people and enjoy some Italian pizza.
Keila: I will definitely recommend this program to someone. You get to meet new people, learn each other’s interest, and enjoy some pizza and a movie!
Juliana: I would definitely recommend it to someone
On a scale of 1 to 10 (1= “Hated it”, 10=“Best Day Ever”), how would you rate today’s events?
Aniah: 7, we didn’t get to see a movie but I really enjoyed getting to know people over pizza.
Keila: 6, I got to know people and added them on my contact list. It would have been the best if we did watch a movie.
Final Rating: 7 slices
Join us for the next FREE Pizza and a Movie!
Friday, April 10th 5-8pm
How to RSVP for Pizza and a Movie Night:
Seating is limited, so you must lay claim to your seat & slice by sending an RSVP to ThomasB@ArtsConnection.org or RSVP on Facebook. Include your name, school, age, and phone number. Make sure your subject line is “MOVIE NIGHT RSVP”. Please let us know exactly many people you’ll be bringing.
PLEASE NOTE: This is a TEENS ONLY event, open to anyone currently in HIGH SCHOOL.
Also, don’t be late! If you arrive later than 5:15 PM, you will miss the group and won’t be able to get into the theater.
Sony Wonder Technology Lab
Sony Plaza, 56th Street near Madison Ave.
(Look for the SONY PLAZA PUBLIC ARCADE sign on 56th Street)
4, 5, 6, N or R to 59th St; E to 5th Ave; F to 57th St.