Fathom is that company that offers one night (concert, movies, opera, theater, etc) programming digitally streamed that theaters can sign on for. Apparently their occasional partnership with (sob!!) TCM is going well, because they have more such stuff planned over the next couple of months. Check the Fathom site to see if any of these shows are playing at a theater near you.
Aug 16th: A Rifftrax presentation of Manos, the Hands of Fate.
Aug 22nd, TCM presents Singin’ in the Rain.
Sep 19th TCM presents The Birds.
Oct 24th TCM presents Frankenstein and The Bride of Frankenstein.
Nov 15th TCM presents To Kill a Mockingbird.
That monthly schedule is more than they were doing before. How I’d love it if they did weekly shows like this, maybe on Tuesdays, when admissions are typically light.
Again, I have to ask, though: When are they going to figure out how to do big sporting events. Either the money’s too low, now, or the rights are too tangled. Still, it’s a mystery to me why you can’t go see, say, the Super Bowl in a theater with a crowd.