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Phoenixville Arts & Culture

Art & Independent Films
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Sundays at 2:00pm
Young Audiences
Saturdays at 2:00pm
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First Fridays at 9:45pm
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Mondays at 6:30pm
Matinees
Wednesdays at 2:00pm
Film Discussions
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Events for March, 2013

The Mist

Directed by Frank Darabont. US. 2007. R. 126 min. Weinstein. blu ray. B&W.

  • Fri, Mar 1
  • 10:10 pm

“Traditionally, horror movies have almost acted as the entry-level exam for gifted filmmakers, a way to make their names before graduating to respectable material – just ask Sam Raimi or Peter Jackson. Refreshingly, with “The Mist”, Frank Darabont has gone the other way. Of course, he started out writing horror flicks, but this is a guy whose directorial career has largely been about conveying hope, joy, and carefully sculpted sentiment. But for his third take on Stephen King, after “The Shawshank Redemption More »

Kristin Pedemonti: Release YOUR Inner Superhero

Tickets: $8.50 Buy tickets online.

  • Sat, Mar 2
  • 2:00 pm

Calling all superheroes! Bring your superhero self to Colonial and join award-winning, internationally acclaimed storyteller Kristin Pedemonti for true tales of every day Superheroes from Superhero Grandma to superheroes Just Like YOU! This program is best enjoyed by those 5 and up, please. For extra fun, you are encouraged to dress as a superhero, real or imagined. Kristin’s new CD “Superhero 101″ will be available for purchase. Visit her website for more info: www.storytellerkp.com More »

Charley Varrick

Directed by Don Siegel. US. 1973. PG. 111 min. Universal. 35mm.

  • Sun, Mar 3
  • 2:00 pm

Walter Matthau is at his crumpled, unflappable best in this tough but witty crime drama. A small-time crook, Charley Varrick (Matthau) has the unfortunate experience of robbing a bank and then discovering that he has made off with a fortune in mob money. And when a brutal, sadistic, yet oddly polite mob enforcer (Joe Don Baker) comes after him, Charley must use all his ingenuity and nerve to get himself out of his predicament. Directed by Don Siegel (“Dirty Harry,” “The More »

The House I Live In

Directed by Eugene Jarecki. US. 2012. NR. 108 min. Abramorama. blu ray.

  • Sun, Mar 3
  • 4:30 pm

“Eugene Jarecki’s documentary dissection of the war on drugs offers a powerfully despairing view of a crackdown that began in the Nixon era. Working as a superb investigative journalist, Jarecki demonstrates all the ways that the ”war” has become futile in “The House I Live In,” but also how it is now an unstoppable industry, with privatized prisons run as economic engines. Jarecki talks to convicts, corrections officers, judges, and — in a fantastic interview — David Simon, creator of The Wire, who More »

Amour

Directed by Michael Haneke. France. 2012. PG-13. 127 min. Sony Pictures Classics. 35mm.

Fri, Mar 1 thru Thu, Mar 14 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

The subject of Michael Haneke’s shattering Amour is right there in the title. It’s about the indignities of growing old and the inevitability of death, but only in the same way The Master concerns Scientology—as a means to an end, a phenomenon that reveal its characters’ true nature. The thought that loving relationships end peacefully, with a slow fade into the twilight of shuffleboard and 5 o’clock dinners, rarely describes the reality for most couples; people often have More »

Amour

Directed by Michael Haneke. France. 2012. PG-13. 127 min. Sony Pictures Classics. 35mm.

Fri, Mar 1 thru Thu, Mar 14 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

The subject of Michael Haneke’s shattering Amour is right there in the title. It’s about the indignities of growing old and the inevitability of death, but only in the same way The Master concerns Scientology—as a means to an end, a phenomenon that reveal its characters’ true nature. The thought that loving relationships end peacefully, with a slow fade into the twilight of shuffleboard and 5 o’clock dinners, rarely describes the reality for most couples; people often have More »

Amour

Directed by Michael Haneke. France. 2012. PG-13. 127 min. Sony Pictures Classics. 35mm.

Fri, Mar 1 thru Thu, Mar 14 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

The subject of Michael Haneke’s shattering Amour is right there in the title. It’s about the indignities of growing old and the inevitability of death, but only in the same way The Master concerns Scientology—as a means to an end, a phenomenon that reveal its characters’ true nature. The thought that loving relationships end peacefully, with a slow fade into the twilight of shuffleboard and 5 o’clock dinners, rarely describes the reality for most couples; people often have More »

Amour

Directed by Michael Haneke. France. 2012. PG-13. 127 min. Sony Pictures Classics. 35mm.

Fri, Mar 1 thru Thu, Mar 14 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

The subject of Michael Haneke’s shattering Amour is right there in the title. It’s about the indignities of growing old and the inevitability of death, but only in the same way The Master concerns Scientology—as a means to an end, a phenomenon that reveal its characters’ true nature. The thought that loving relationships end peacefully, with a slow fade into the twilight of shuffleboard and 5 o’clock dinners, rarely describes the reality for most couples; people often have More »

Amour

Directed by Michael Haneke. France. 2012. PG-13. 127 min. Sony Pictures Classics. 35mm.

Fri, Mar 1 thru Thu, Mar 14 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

The subject of Michael Haneke’s shattering Amour is right there in the title. It’s about the indignities of growing old and the inevitability of death, but only in the same way The Master concerns Scientology—as a means to an end, a phenomenon that reveal its characters’ true nature. The thought that loving relationships end peacefully, with a slow fade into the twilight of shuffleboard and 5 o’clock dinners, rarely describes the reality for most couples; people often have More »

Amour

Directed by Michael Haneke. France. 2012. PG-13. 127 min. Sony Pictures Classics. 35mm.

Fri, Mar 1 thru Thu, Mar 14 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

The subject of Michael Haneke’s shattering Amour is right there in the title. It’s about the indignities of growing old and the inevitability of death, but only in the same way The Master concerns Scientology—as a means to an end, a phenomenon that reveal its characters’ true nature. The thought that loving relationships end peacefully, with a slow fade into the twilight of shuffleboard and 5 o’clock dinners, rarely describes the reality for most couples; people often have More »

Horton Hears a Who!

Directed by Jimmy Hayward. US. 2008. Ages 4+. 86 min. Fox. 35mm.

  • Sat, Mar 9
  • 2:00 pm

“After the calamity that was “The Cat in the Hat” — one of the nastiest children’s movies ever made — you’d think Dr. Seuss’ widow and executor, Audrey Geisel, would never let a filmmaker near her husband’s expansively humanist worldview again. Yet here she is with an executive-producer credit, only this time on a movie I suspect both of them would love, albeit with minor reservations. Warm, playful and inventive, this tale of an elephant with a spirit as generous More »

Point Entertainment presents Two Funny Philly Guys – SOLD OUT

Tickets: $25-$30. Buy tickets online.

  • Sat, Mar 9
  • 8:00 pm

Comedian Joe Conklin has been a constant in Philadelphia radio for more than 20 years, with his spot-on impressions of Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Cole Hamels, Allen Iverson, Charles Barkley, Harry Kalas, Bobby Clarke and so many others. Fearless and hilarious, he skewers some of the country’s top politicians, pro athletes, sports executives and film stars….which he’s been known to do sometimes to their faces. Big Daddy has performed more than 4,000 comedy shows over the past More »

The Hot Rock

Directed by Peter Yates. US. 1972. PG. 101 min. Fox. 35mm.

  • Sun, Mar 10
  • 2:00 pm

Interestingly enough, Donald Westlake, who wrote the ultra-tough “Point Blank” (playing Mar 17), also wrote a lighthearted, funny, and very clever series featuring a likable, inept but dedicated gang of crooks, led by a chronic loser named Dortmunder, here played with great finesse and subtlety by Robert Redford. In “The Hot Rock,” he is joined by a sterling comedic gang of misfits (including George Segal, Ron Liebman, and Zero Mostel), as they seek to steal a priceless diamond – first from the More »

The Waiting Room

Directed by Peter Nicks. US. 2012. NR. 81 min. International Film Circuit. blu ray.

  • Sun, Mar 10
  • 4:30 pm

“As a documentary about the raging inadequacies of our fatally flawed health-care system, “The Waiting Room” is blessed and cursed with an unmistakable timeliness, especially after Mitt Romney went on “60 Minutes” and posited emergency rooms as a solution for the uninsured seeking medical care. Among its many other distinctions, “The Waiting Room” stands as a powerful refutation of Romney’s conception of emergency rooms as a reasonable, or even vaguely acceptable, option for the uninsured. It’s about good people More »

Amour

Directed by Michael Haneke. France. 2012. PG-13. 127 min. Sony Pictures Classics. 35mm.

Fri, Mar 1 thru Thu, Mar 14 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

The subject of Michael Haneke’s shattering Amour is right there in the title. It’s about the indignities of growing old and the inevitability of death, but only in the same way The Master concerns Scientology—as a means to an end, a phenomenon that reveal its characters’ true nature. The thought that loving relationships end peacefully, with a slow fade into the twilight of shuffleboard and 5 o’clock dinners, rarely describes the reality for most couples; people often have More »

Amour

Directed by Michael Haneke. France. 2012. PG-13. 127 min. Sony Pictures Classics. 35mm.

Fri, Mar 1 thru Thu, Mar 14 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

The subject of Michael Haneke’s shattering Amour is right there in the title. It’s about the indignities of growing old and the inevitability of death, but only in the same way The Master concerns Scientology—as a means to an end, a phenomenon that reveal its characters’ true nature. The thought that loving relationships end peacefully, with a slow fade into the twilight of shuffleboard and 5 o’clock dinners, rarely describes the reality for most couples; people often have More »

Amour

Directed by Michael Haneke. France. 2012. PG-13. 127 min. Sony Pictures Classics. 35mm.

Fri, Mar 1 thru Thu, Mar 14 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

The subject of Michael Haneke’s shattering Amour is right there in the title. It’s about the indignities of growing old and the inevitability of death, but only in the same way The Master concerns Scientology—as a means to an end, a phenomenon that reveal its characters’ true nature. The thought that loving relationships end peacefully, with a slow fade into the twilight of shuffleboard and 5 o’clock dinners, rarely describes the reality for most couples; people often have More »

Amour

Directed by Michael Haneke. France. 2012. PG-13. 127 min. Sony Pictures Classics. 35mm.

Fri, Mar 1 thru Thu, Mar 14 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

The subject of Michael Haneke’s shattering Amour is right there in the title. It’s about the indignities of growing old and the inevitability of death, but only in the same way The Master concerns Scientology—as a means to an end, a phenomenon that reveal its characters’ true nature. The thought that loving relationships end peacefully, with a slow fade into the twilight of shuffleboard and 5 o’clock dinners, rarely describes the reality for most couples; people often have More »

Amour

Directed by Michael Haneke. France. 2012. PG-13. 127 min. Sony Pictures Classics. 35mm.

Fri, Mar 1 thru Thu, Mar 14 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

The subject of Michael Haneke’s shattering Amour is right there in the title. It’s about the indignities of growing old and the inevitability of death, but only in the same way The Master concerns Scientology—as a means to an end, a phenomenon that reveal its characters’ true nature. The thought that loving relationships end peacefully, with a slow fade into the twilight of shuffleboard and 5 o’clock dinners, rarely describes the reality for most couples; people often have More »

Amour

Directed by Michael Haneke. France. 2012. PG-13. 127 min. Sony Pictures Classics. 35mm.

Fri, Mar 1 thru Thu, Mar 14 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

The subject of Michael Haneke’s shattering Amour is right there in the title. It’s about the indignities of growing old and the inevitability of death, but only in the same way The Master concerns Scientology—as a means to an end, a phenomenon that reveal its characters’ true nature. The thought that loving relationships end peacefully, with a slow fade into the twilight of shuffleboard and 5 o’clock dinners, rarely describes the reality for most couples; people often have More »

MST3K: Gamera vs. Guiron

Directed by Noriaki Yuasa. Japan. 1969. NR. 90 min. DVD.

  • Fri, Mar 15
  • 9:45 pm

It’s a really good thing that Gamera has a fondness for saving annoying human children from harm. Otherwise, evil alien space babes would dine on their delicious brains! But soft, what light through yonder atmosphere breaks? It is the east, and Guiron is no fun. This knife headed monster baddie is so sharp, he wears his sunglasses at night. The battle the title promises is full of turtle soup, served with a heaping side of cheese.

Joel and the bots are More »

The Tale of Despereaux

Directed by Sam Fell. US. 2008. Ages 6+. 93 min. Universal. 35mm.

  • Sat, Mar 16
  • 2:00 pm

Update 3/11 – Main Line Animal Rescue’s pre-film visit has been postponed. We’ll post the new date as soon as we’ve got one!

“Among recent animated features, “Despereaux” is a rare creature, not only for the handmade look and subtlety of its computer-generated imagery but also for its irony-free embrace of once-upon-a-time storytelling. At the heart of this sometimes lumbering saga are the illuminated pages of a storybook and the way they embolden More »

Point Blank

Directed by John Boorman. US. 1967. R. 92 min. Warner Bros. 35mm.

  • Sun, Mar 17
  • 2:00 pm

Mystery writer Donald Westlake (writing as Richard Stark) was responsible for one of the toughest, smartest series of crime novels published during the 1960s, featuring the hard-as-nails pragmatic bank robber, Parker (no first name). His first novel, “The Hunter,” has been filmed several times and under several titles. This year, Taylor Hackford made “Parker,” starring Jason Stratham in the title role. In 1999 Mel Gibson made and called it “Payback.” Please forget them. Instead, come watch it done right, with More »

Quartet

Directed by Dustin Hoffman. UK. 2012. PG-13. 100 min. Weinstein Co. 35mm.

Fri, Mar 15 thru Thu, Mar 28 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

‘Old age ain’t no place for sissies,” Bette Davis once famously observed. In Quartet, set in a Georgian-style mansion on a lovely patch of English countryside, the “ain’t” has been changed to a more proper “is not.” But still, the point is clear: Even here at Beecham House, a stately home for retired musicians, getting old is a challenge.

The body breaks down, and sometimes the mind. And memories of past glory rush back to remind you that there More »

Quartet

Directed by Dustin Hoffman. UK. 2012. PG-13. 100 min. Weinstein Co. 35mm.

Fri, Mar 15 thru Thu, Mar 28 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

‘Old age ain’t no place for sissies,” Bette Davis once famously observed. In Quartet, set in a Georgian-style mansion on a lovely patch of English countryside, the “ain’t” has been changed to a more proper “is not.” But still, the point is clear: Even here at Beecham House, a stately home for retired musicians, getting old is a challenge.

The body breaks down, and sometimes the mind. And memories of past glory rush back to remind you that there More »

Quartet

Directed by Dustin Hoffman. UK. 2012. PG-13. 100 min. Weinstein Co. 35mm.

Fri, Mar 15 thru Thu, Mar 28 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

‘Old age ain’t no place for sissies,” Bette Davis once famously observed. In Quartet, set in a Georgian-style mansion on a lovely patch of English countryside, the “ain’t” has been changed to a more proper “is not.” But still, the point is clear: Even here at Beecham House, a stately home for retired musicians, getting old is a challenge.

The body breaks down, and sometimes the mind. And memories of past glory rush back to remind you that there More »

Quartet

Directed by Dustin Hoffman. UK. 2012. PG-13. 100 min. Weinstein Co. 35mm.

Fri, Mar 15 thru Thu, Mar 28 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

‘Old age ain’t no place for sissies,” Bette Davis once famously observed. In Quartet, set in a Georgian-style mansion on a lovely patch of English countryside, the “ain’t” has been changed to a more proper “is not.” But still, the point is clear: Even here at Beecham House, a stately home for retired musicians, getting old is a challenge.

The body breaks down, and sometimes the mind. And memories of past glory rush back to remind you that there More »

Quartet

Directed by Dustin Hoffman. UK. 2012. PG-13. 100 min. Weinstein Co. 35mm.

Fri, Mar 15 thru Thu, Mar 28 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

‘Old age ain’t no place for sissies,” Bette Davis once famously observed. In Quartet, set in a Georgian-style mansion on a lovely patch of English countryside, the “ain’t” has been changed to a more proper “is not.” But still, the point is clear: Even here at Beecham House, a stately home for retired musicians, getting old is a challenge.

The body breaks down, and sometimes the mind. And memories of past glory rush back to remind you that there More »

Point Entertainment presents Steve Forbert and Paul Thorn

Tickets: $19.50 - $29.50. Buy tickets online.

  • Fri, Mar 22
  • 8:00 pm

Over With You, Steve Forbert’s first studio album in three years, is a focused song cycle featuring an earnest account of the often-mixed emotions involved in personal relationships. The ten new compositions combine the plainspoken honesty and insightful contemplations into this topic that perhaps only a man from Mississippi, the home state of both Jimmie Rodgers and Tennessee Williams, could provide. And these songs make the case that Forbert should be considered in the first rank of American songwriters.

Paul More »

The Secret World of Arriety

Directed by Hiromasa Yonebayashi. Japan. 2012. Ages 7+. 94 min. Disney. 35mm.

  • Sat, Mar 23
  • 2:00 pm

“The wee folk beneath the floorboards in the wistful animated children’s film “The Secret World of Arrietty” don’t get underfoot: they scramble and hide, if less like scattering mice and more like practiced explorers. There aren’t many of them. For all that Arrietty Clock (voiced by Bridgit Mendler) knows, her family may be the last of its kind, a lost little world in a land of giants. Even so, while she’s 14 going on 15, and three or More »

Quartet

Directed by Dustin Hoffman. UK. 2012. PG-13. 100 min. Weinstein Co. 35mm.

Fri, Mar 15 thru Thu, Mar 28 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

‘Old age ain’t no place for sissies,” Bette Davis once famously observed. In Quartet, set in a Georgian-style mansion on a lovely patch of English countryside, the “ain’t” has been changed to a more proper “is not.” But still, the point is clear: Even here at Beecham House, a stately home for retired musicians, getting old is a challenge.

The body breaks down, and sometimes the mind. And memories of past glory rush back to remind you that there More »

Quartet

Directed by Dustin Hoffman. UK. 2012. PG-13. 100 min. Weinstein Co. 35mm.

Fri, Mar 15 thru Thu, Mar 28 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

‘Old age ain’t no place for sissies,” Bette Davis once famously observed. In Quartet, set in a Georgian-style mansion on a lovely patch of English countryside, the “ain’t” has been changed to a more proper “is not.” But still, the point is clear: Even here at Beecham House, a stately home for retired musicians, getting old is a challenge.

The body breaks down, and sometimes the mind. And memories of past glory rush back to remind you that there More »

Quartet

Directed by Dustin Hoffman. UK. 2012. PG-13. 100 min. Weinstein Co. 35mm.

Fri, Mar 15 thru Thu, Mar 28 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

‘Old age ain’t no place for sissies,” Bette Davis once famously observed. In Quartet, set in a Georgian-style mansion on a lovely patch of English countryside, the “ain’t” has been changed to a more proper “is not.” But still, the point is clear: Even here at Beecham House, a stately home for retired musicians, getting old is a challenge.

The body breaks down, and sometimes the mind. And memories of past glory rush back to remind you that there More »

The Driver

Directed by Walter Hill. US. 1978. R. 91 min. Fox. 35mm.

  • Sun, Mar 24
  • 2:00 pm

For those who only think of Ryan O’Neal in terms of his early bland, pretty-boy performances (“Love Story,” “Peyton Place,” “Paper Moon”), this film will come as a revelation. Here, he is a tough, cool, and taciturn getaway driver – the best in his field – who is pursued relentlessly by an obsessive, mean-spirited cop (Bruce Dern, at his most intense) who will stop at nothing – legal or illegal – to catch him. With a minimum of dialogue and a maximum of More »

Point Entertainment presents: The David Bromberg Quartet and Tom Rush

Tickets: $29.50 - $42.50. Buy tickets online.

  • Sun, Mar 24
  • 7:30 pm

WXPN Welcomes David Bromberg and Tom Rush! A Philadelphia native, David Bromberg’s history is almost too overwhelming for a single paragraph of info. A guitarist since he was 13 years old, Bromberg has recorded and performed with major artists such as the Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, Carly Simon and Jerry Jeff Walker. Now living in Wilmington, Delaware, Bromberg splits his time between his violin shop and touring with his Big Band and Quartet.

Since the 60s Folk Revival Tom Rush has More »

Quartet

Directed by Dustin Hoffman. UK. 2012. PG-13. 100 min. Weinstein Co. 35mm.

Fri, Mar 15 thru Thu, Mar 28 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

‘Old age ain’t no place for sissies,” Bette Davis once famously observed. In Quartet, set in a Georgian-style mansion on a lovely patch of English countryside, the “ain’t” has been changed to a more proper “is not.” But still, the point is clear: Even here at Beecham House, a stately home for retired musicians, getting old is a challenge.

The body breaks down, and sometimes the mind. And memories of past glory rush back to remind you that there More »

Quartet

Directed by Dustin Hoffman. UK. 2012. PG-13. 100 min. Weinstein Co. 35mm.

Fri, Mar 15 thru Thu, Mar 28 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

‘Old age ain’t no place for sissies,” Bette Davis once famously observed. In Quartet, set in a Georgian-style mansion on a lovely patch of English countryside, the “ain’t” has been changed to a more proper “is not.” But still, the point is clear: Even here at Beecham House, a stately home for retired musicians, getting old is a challenge.

The body breaks down, and sometimes the mind. And memories of past glory rush back to remind you that there More »

Quartet

Directed by Dustin Hoffman. UK. 2012. PG-13. 100 min. Weinstein Co. 35mm.

Fri, Mar 15 thru Thu, Mar 28 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

‘Old age ain’t no place for sissies,” Bette Davis once famously observed. In Quartet, set in a Georgian-style mansion on a lovely patch of English countryside, the “ain’t” has been changed to a more proper “is not.” But still, the point is clear: Even here at Beecham House, a stately home for retired musicians, getting old is a challenge.

The body breaks down, and sometimes the mind. And memories of past glory rush back to remind you that there More »

Quartet

Directed by Dustin Hoffman. UK. 2012. PG-13. 100 min. Weinstein Co. 35mm.

Fri, Mar 15 thru Thu, Mar 28 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

‘Old age ain’t no place for sissies,” Bette Davis once famously observed. In Quartet, set in a Georgian-style mansion on a lovely patch of English countryside, the “ain’t” has been changed to a more proper “is not.” But still, the point is clear: Even here at Beecham House, a stately home for retired musicians, getting old is a challenge.

The body breaks down, and sometimes the mind. And memories of past glory rush back to remind you that there More »

Quartet

Directed by Dustin Hoffman. UK. 2012. PG-13. 100 min. Weinstein Co. 35mm.

Fri, Mar 15 thru Thu, Mar 28 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

‘Old age ain’t no place for sissies,” Bette Davis once famously observed. In Quartet, set in a Georgian-style mansion on a lovely patch of English countryside, the “ain’t” has been changed to a more proper “is not.” But still, the point is clear: Even here at Beecham House, a stately home for retired musicians, getting old is a challenge.

The body breaks down, and sometimes the mind. And memories of past glory rush back to remind you that there More »

Birders: The Central Park Effect

Directed by Jeffrey Kimball. US. 2013. NR. 65 min. blu ray.

Fri, Mar 29 thru Thu, Apr 4 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

“HBO’s documentary about birds and birders in New York’s Central Park should be a delight for everyone. Bird watchers will find affirmation and even explanation for their avocation. People who can’t tell a towhee from a titmouse will still wonder at the beauty of it all.

Filmed over the course of a year by Jeffrey Kimball, the documentary focuses first on the spring season when the park’s normal population of some two dozen bird species explodes with exotic More »

Balloon Freak John Cassidy

Tickets: $8.50 Buy tickets online.

  • Sat, Mar 30
  • 2:00 pm

John Cassidy, our most popular kids performer at the Colonial, is an eccentric comedian whose bizarre antics have earned him widespread acclaim as one of the most original and unique performers today. He has also made numerous television appearances having appeared on such popular shows as Live with Regis and Kelly, NBC’s Today Show and Martha Stewart Living and regularly plays Los Angeles, Las Vegas, New York City and his native Philadelphia. John also holds several Guinness World Records for speed More »

Birders: The Central Park Effect

Directed by Jeffrey Kimball. US. 2013. NR. 65 min. blu ray.

Fri, Mar 29 thru Thu, Apr 4 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

“HBO’s documentary about birds and birders in New York’s Central Park should be a delight for everyone. Bird watchers will find affirmation and even explanation for their avocation. People who can’t tell a towhee from a titmouse will still wonder at the beauty of it all.

Filmed over the course of a year by Jeffrey Kimball, the documentary focuses first on the spring season when the park’s normal population of some two dozen bird species explodes with exotic More »

Birders: The Central Park Effect

Directed by Jeffrey Kimball. US. 2013. NR. 65 min. blu ray.

Fri, Mar 29 thru Thu, Apr 4 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

“HBO’s documentary about birds and birders in New York’s Central Park should be a delight for everyone. Bird watchers will find affirmation and even explanation for their avocation. People who can’t tell a towhee from a titmouse will still wonder at the beauty of it all.

Filmed over the course of a year by Jeffrey Kimball, the documentary focuses first on the spring season when the park’s normal population of some two dozen bird species explodes with exotic More »

Birders: The Central Park Effect

Directed by Jeffrey Kimball. US. 2013. NR. 65 min. blu ray.

Fri, Mar 29 thru Thu, Apr 4 -- Roll over to view showtimes.

“HBO’s documentary about birds and birders in New York’s Central Park should be a delight for everyone. Bird watchers will find affirmation and even explanation for their avocation. People who can’t tell a towhee from a titmouse will still wonder at the beauty of it all.

Filmed over the course of a year by Jeffrey Kimball, the documentary focuses first on the spring season when the park’s normal population of some two dozen bird species explodes with exotic More »