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Guest Presentations

The Colonial Theatre is proud to host community events presented by other organizations, providing a space for local groups and individuals to present films, concerts, conferences, fundraisers, and their own special events.

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Mon., October 15, 2018

Directed by Cyril Dion. France. 2015. NR. 1 hour 58 minutes. blu ray.
Presented by Phoenixville Green Team 

Today, we sometimes feel powerless in front of the various crises of our times. Today, we know that answers lie in a wide mobilization of the human race. Over the course of a century, our dream of progress commonly called “the American Dream”, fundamentally changed the way we live and continues to inspire many developing countries. We are now aware of the setbacks and limits of such development policies. We . . .

A Place at the Table

Tue., October 16, 2018

Directed by Kristi Jacobson. US. 2012. PG. 1 hour 24 minutes. Magnolia Pictures. blu ray.
Presented by Phoenixville Area Community Services

Join Phoenixville Area Community Services at a screening of the film A Place at the Table for World Hunger Day.

50 million people in the U.S.—one in four children—don’t know where their next meal is coming from, despite our having the means to provide nutritious, affordable food for all Americans.  A Place at the Table tells the powerful stories of three such Americans, who maintain their . . .

Music for Everyone

Thu., October 18, 2018

Presented by Orion Communities

Tenor Cory O’Niell Walker returns to the Colonial for the 4th Annual Music For Everyone concert to support Orion Communities and our neighbors in need. This year Cory will be joined by soprano Veronica Chapman Smith and pianist Reese Revak to explore the musical themes of love, gratitude and hope. As Cory explains, “Imagine: a program celebrating love, joy, peace and community with songs and music by Mozart, Gershwin . . .

The Golem with Live Theatre Organ Accompaniment

Sun., October 28, 2018

Directed by Carl Boese and Paul Wegener. Germany. 1920. NR. 1 hour 30 minutes. DVD.
Presented by TOSDV

Wayne Zimmerman Sr. will accompany the silent movie The Golem at our annual Halloween presentation. Wayne is a long time member of The Theatre Organ Society of the Delaware Valley and has performed many times on our 3/24 Wurlitzer Theatre Organ.

The Golem is a German silent horror movie that was inspired by an ancient Jewish legend about a freed clay statue that goes on a rampage at a . . .

Theatre Organ Concert with David Wickerham

Sun., November 18, 2018

Presented by TOSDV

David Wickerham is a sought after theatre organist and is in the top echelon of the musicians on the circuit. Dave was born in Encino, California. He began playing the organ at the age of four and his first theatre organ at age ten. He has been concertizing throughout the US and Australia for many years and has numerous CD’s to his credit. Dave was named American Theatre Organ . . .

Holiday Theatre Organ Concert

Sun., December 9, 2018

Presented by TOSDV

TOSDV will again present their annual holiday concert of music and entertainment under the direction of Wayne Zimmerman. As of this writing the program is still being put together along with organ accompaniment and possibly a short silent movie. We hope to also have some local entertainers on the stage. It is sure to be an enjoyable afternoon and a chance to get into the holiday mood.
This program benefits . . .

Firebird Theatre presents Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Fri., December 14, 2018 thru Sat., December 15, 2018

Presented by Firebird Theatre

Join us for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat performed by the very talented local young actors of Firebird Theatre Company, ages 7-18. Celebrating its 50th anniversary, this popular Andrew Lloyd Weber/Tim Rice musical reimagines the Biblical story of Joseph, his father Jacob, eleven brothers, and the coat of many colors. Told entirely through song, the musical follows preferred son Joseph who, after being sold into slavery by . . .

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