UPCA Events

"When Harry Met Sally" with love song cabaret and exclusive dinner on stage

Sunday, February 12, 2017

5:30pm Exclusive “I’ll Have What She’s Having” deli special dinner on stage
6:00pm General admission doors
6:30pm Pre-show love songs performed by Nick Myers and the New York Theatre Organ Society
7:00pm Movie

Tickets: $15 at the door or $10 online
Dinner special: $87 a couple (to celebrate the building’s 87th birthday), includes a deli spread on stage, wine from Vines on Pine, table side performance of love songs, and reserved seating for the movie. Save your seat here.

Celebrate Valentine’s weekend with this romantic NYC favorite paired with a cabaret performance of love songs courtesy of Nick Myers and the New York Theatre Organ Society (NYTOS) on their traveling organ. We will also honor Carrie Fisher and mark the 87th anniversary of the Palace’s former life as the Loew’s 175th Street Theatre, which opened on February 12, 1930. Help us celebrate 87 years and kickoff the season themed “Movies that Reawaken Wonder.”

For the true romantic looking for dinner and a movie, we are offering limited seating on stage for a pre-show meal called the “I’ll Have What She’s Having” deli special at only $87 a couple. Just like Harry and Sally's famous date at Katz's, enjoy a classic NYC Kosher deli experience by uptown's own Loeser's Kosher Deli; in business for 57 years. Enjoy your meal on stage prior to the film, with:

  • Corned beef, pastrami and turkey on rye
  • Traditional potato salad and cole slaw
  • Pickles and relish
  • Dr. Brown's sodas
  • Wine and pastrami pairings by Vines on Pine

Local business Vines On Pine will provide wines that pair with pastrami and turkey deli sandwiches. You will also have table-side seating for the cabaret.


Ballet Hispánico en Familia

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Bring the whole family to a 90-minute, fun-filled journey through Latin American dance and culture featuring Artistic Director Eduardo Vilaro as host, excerpts from Ballet Hispánico’s diverse repertory and a Q&A with the dancers.

March 11, 2017

Doors 1pm, Show 2pm, Q&A 3pm

$15 - $25; FREE for children 12 and under

United Palace, 4140 Broadway, NYC

 

Reawaken Wonder at a Timeless Movie Palace

UPCA presents Movies at the Palace from gogoPatience c+p on Vimeo.

 

 

We believe in the magic of moviegoing. Sure, you can watch any movie, anytime at home or on your phone. But that is not going to a movie. It’s different at our 86-year-old theatre. Breathtaking architecture. Pre- and post-show entertainment. An audience that often dresses up in costume. And now we have a state-of-the-art projector donated by Broadway superstar Lin-Manuel Miranda. All we need is cinema-quality sound to complete the theatre’s rebirth.

Who we are and what we do
The United Palace is recreating the movie palace of your dreams.