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What's the difference between a 'Series' and an 'Event'?

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What's the difference between a 'Series' and an 'Event'?

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An event takes place at a select list of participating theaters, usually for one day or for a limited-run of 2-3 days. A series is a collection of individual events that can span longer than a week or two, often for a large part of the year. For example, the Metropolitan Opera HD Live series is playing in individual markets throughout the year at a select list of participating theaters. Each Met performance represents an event within the series.

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