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Spend a Week at the Colonial Mar 4 to Mar 10

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Point Entertainment presents Gaelic Storm in a sold out concert Friday, Mar 4 at 8PM. Ticket owners who have not printed out their tickets may pick them up at will call with ID. Doors open at 7PM.

Our new feature film this week is a limited screening of Hail, Caesar! Josh Brolin stars in the latest film by the Coen brothers as Eddie Mannix, Hollywood “fixer,” in the 1950s who works to keep the studio’s stars in line. Be sure to check the schedule as screenings are only Saturday through Wednesday this week. Tonight is your last chance to see The Danish Girl at 7:30.

The young audiences film (suitable for teens) Saturday at 2PM is The Adventures of Baron Munchausen. Sally Salt (Sarah Polly) is swept on a grand storybook adventure when her father’s theater is visited by the source of its drama; the real Baron himself (perfectly played by John Neville). The town is under siege by the Turks and only Munchausen and his band of curious adventurers can save it, so long as Death or a doctor doesn’t catch him.

Tickets are still available this Sunday at 2PM for the Theatre Organ Concert. In addition to a great performance by Wayne Zimmerman, he will also be accompanying Buster Keaton’s College on TOSDV’s fabulous 3/24 Wurlitzer theatre pipe organ.

Sunday afternoon at 5:30 we will be screening a special presentation of the critically-acclaimed Heart of a Dog. Multimedia artist Laurie Anderson reflects on her relationship with her beloved terrier Lolabelle.

Wednesday at 7:15PM, The Phoenixville Community Health Foundation and Decade to Doorways present a FREE screening of Time Out of Mind. George (Richard Gere) seeks refuge at Bellevue Hospital, a Manhattan intake center for homeless men, where his friendship with a fellow client (Ben Vereen) helps him try to repair his relationship with his estranged daughter. If you have questions about this event please call or email Lauren at Decades to Doorways at 610-344-6900.

Tickets are still available for Asleep at the Wheel, Thursday, Mar 10 at 8PM. As always, the quickest, easiest way to buy tickets is online.

Join us the first and third Sundays of each month at 12:30 for an exclusive tour of the theatre and a visit to 225 Bridge St. Please RSVP by 5PM Thursday by calling 610-917-1228 and giving us the names of all attending.

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