Entertainment

New world of possibilities emerges with new equipment

An aerial view over Rockhampton’s Pilbeam Theatre and the city’s art gallery.
An aerial view over Rockhampton’s Pilbeam Theatre and the city’s art gallery. File

PILBEAM theatregoers might be used to seeing live productions on stage but with the installation of new cinema equipment, a whole new world of possibilities has emerged.

The theatre has installed DCI (Digital Cinema Initiatives) compliant cinema equipment which, in combination with the theatre's existing technical equipment and a new 12m x 5m screen, guarantees a high-quality cinema experience.

The first 'movie' to be screened using the new equipment was The Audience, starring Helen Mirren, last Friday night. The Audience had been captured in HD during a performance at the Gielgud Theatre in London.

Rockhampton Regional Council's Communities Committee chairwoman Cr Rose Swadling said the cinema equipment would enable Rockhampton audiences to view a wide variety of global theatrical productions on the local stage.

Topics:  cinema, digital, pilbeam theatre, rockhampton regional council




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