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Spend a Week at the Colonial Mar 28 Apr 3

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1950s icon Marilyn Monroe stars in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Sunday April 6 at 2PM. Our sponsor, Eden Day Spa and Salon will be providing free makeup application for the ladies starting at 1PM! Come see The Blonde Bombshell in her quintessential role – and if you wish, dress up in your 1950s best!

We’re bringing this year’s Best Picture Oscar Winner back for an encore run as our feature film this week: 12 Years a Slave. We are doing a very limited screening (Mon-Thur only), so be sure to check the schedule. Tonight is your last chance to see The Past at 7:30.

Friday night Point Entertainment presents Jake Shimabukuro. There are very few seats left for this concert, so if you want tickets, buy them here now.

Our kids’ film this Saturday is Little Man Tate. Jodie Foster directs the story of the intellectually-gifted eight-year-old Fred Tate (Adam Hann-Byrd), his mother Dede (Foster) and the director of a program for gifted children, Dr Jane Grierson (Dianne Wiest).

Saturday night Point Entertainment presents Two Funny Philly Guys. This show is also very close to selling out, so buy your tickets online here now!

Join us Sunday at 2PM for our Spring Pipe Organ Concert, presented by The Theatre Organ Society of the Delaware Valley. The program will consist of seasonal music and organ accompaniment to two silent shorts: One A.M. and The Pawnshop.

Following the concert, please join us at 5PM in celebrating the life of director/writer/actor Harold Ramis with our Harold Ramis Marathon (Animal House, Caddyshack, Stripes), sponsored by Snyder Daly & Clemente, PC.

Saturday, Apr 5 at 10AM we are screening Breastmilk: The Movie, presented by The Birth Center. Doors open at 9:30am for the 10:00am screening, with an introduction by IBCLC Patty Siegrist. A $12 donation is suggested, please give generously. You can also reserve a ticket for the screening online via Eventbrite.

Thanks for your support and we’ll see you at the theatre!