You don’t get many second chances in life, but this is one of them. If you missed the big screen debut of George Takei’s Allegiance, you have one more opportunity.
Allegiance, the short-lived Broadway musical about a family torn apart by the incarceration of Japanese Americans, is getting a second life on the big screen.
The Los Angeles Times reports a special one night screening of the Broadway musical in 600 movie theaters set a record for Fathom Events, the company that produced it.
The musical grossed more than any other one night event the company has ever shown, more than one million in ticket sales.