Continuing our monthly film-inspired Supercinema dance parties with an evening celebrating Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas, on Saturday, December 3, 2016, fittingly just as the holidays kicked into full gear.
The McKittrick was transformed to recreate one of Tim Burton’s most seductive film worlds.
The Nightmare Before Christmas guests came dressed in attire inspired by the film: Jack, Sally, Zero, Mayor, Dr. Finkelstein, Lock Shock and Barrel, Oogie Boogie, Santa Claus, Sandy Claws, Elves, Zombie Band, Halloweentown Citizen, Christmastown Citizen, or All Black. Each Supercinema features scenic installations, pop-up theatrical performances, costumes galore, guest DJs, live music and an all-night open bar.
Supercinema, a one-of-a-kind nightlife experience told through a cinematic lens, invites guests to a music-and-live-performance-filled dance party inspired by the world of that month’s film or film series, as with recent installments that immersed partygoers in worlds of Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet in February, James Bond 007 in March, Alice in Wonderland in April, The Great Gatsby in May, June’s Gay Pride-themed The Wizard of Oz, September’s Clue murder mystery dance party, or October’s Halloween-themed Inferno, an ode to classic Hollywood movie monsters.