The New NY Drive-In
NEW YORK, NY — A new performance space is turning heads by providing an exclusive, upscale drive-in movie theater experience.
The storefront is about as wide as a city bus but not as long. The Falcon’s doors, when opened a crack, touch the walls.
The idea is to suggest, as far as practical in a space so small, a drive-in movie theater.
Patrons can go to 139norfolk.com, rent the Falcon (which seats up to six people snugly), and watch a DVD of a movie projected on a somewhat large screen. It costs $75 for three hours, including popcorn and the DVD. The rest of October is booked. But on Nov. 3 and 4, a special “Films That Destroyed New York” weekend is planned that includes the original “Planet of the Apes” (1968) and “Escape From New York” (1981).
Read more in the New York Times.