Crazy Heart is staying until Apr 8. The Last Station starts on Apr 23 and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo starts on May 1. We’re still working on what to bring in over the next two weeks. April is going to be a little lean on new feature films because we have lots of concerts and special events spread throughout the month and that impacts our film schedule. Please double check film days and times before you make the trek into town.
Tomorrow night is First Friday and we’re showing The Fly (1986) for our Fright Night show at 10PM. On our FB page, we threw out the idea of having a pre-screening meet-up at Iron Hill (our series sponsor). I’m shooting to get there around 9pm, but do come whenever you can.
Our Young Audiences show for this Saturday (2PM) is Charlotte’s Web (1973). Unfortunately, we were sent the 35mm print for the live action remake by mistake, so we will be showing the 1973 version on DVD.
There’s no classic film this week since we’re closed for Easter. Next Sunday we start paying tribute to the terrific baseball films that came out in the 1980s with Eight Men Out, at 2PM.
George Winston will be here on Wed, Apr 7 for a 7:30PM concert – his first at the Colonial. The Gold Circle is sold out, but there are still orchestra and balcony seats available.
Finally, we’re launching our own TEDx event here at the Colonial and we’ve begun posting some info about it on our website. Stay tuned!
Thanks for your support and we’ll see you at the theatre!