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Colonial Theatre to host Jewish short film series

Courtesy of Kehillah of Chester County |


  • Theater

    Forge Theatre goes ‘Full Monty’ to close out 2013-14 season

    The Forge Theatre closes out its 2013-2014 season with the musical “The Full Monty,” directed by Wendy Mirto. This hit musical, with a book by Terence McNally and a score by David Yazbek, is an Americanized musical version adapted from the 1997 British film of the same name.

    Courtesy of Forge Theatre |

  • Music

    Steel City Coffee House welcomes A.J. Croce

    For singer songwriter A.J. Croce, fame and fortune was never on the radar of this highly-gifted artist. Standing in the shadow of his late father, music legend Jim Croce, A.J.’s desire for creative self-expression was a necessity early on.

    By Rob Nagy 21st Century Media |

  • Movies

    CEC Associates sponsors environmental film at the Colonial

    The Colonial Theater will be showing the movie “A Fierce Green Fire: The Battle for a Living Planet” next weekend in honor of Earth Day, which is this Tuesday.

    By Alyssa Shields For 21st Century Media |

  • Music

    Third Dinner and a Show promotion to feature Jazz 5 Pack

    The Collegeville Economic Development Corporation (CEDC) is gearing up to host the latest “Dinner and a Show” event on Sunday, April 6. The CEDC has partnered with the Community Music School (CMS) in Trappe for the event, which will feature a live musical performance by Philadelphia area band the Jazz 5 Pack.

    By Virginia Lindak For 21st Century Media |

  • Music

    Steel City Coffee House presents ‘Night of Extraordinary Guitars’

    If you are a fan of acoustic guitar, consider hading to Phoenixville Saturday when Steel City Coffee House presents a “Night of Extraordinary Guitars.”

    By 21st Century Media Staff |

  • Music

    Steel City to host benefit concert for PACS

    Tin Bird Choir, A Fistful of Sugar, Sweetbriar Rose and Kicking Down Doors are playing a benefit show this Friday at Steel City Coffee House in Phoenixville.

    Courtesy of Tin Bird Choir |

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