If you are a lover of music, rock ‘n roll, and high-energy theatre, you’ll certainly be fascinated by the production closing the 203rd season of the Walnut Street Theatre.
One fascinating home video available this week is a 1944 release, and another is a recent production recalling the challenges and exploits, in the same era, of the United States’ first black military pilots.
No question, we’re headed for a banner period in which classic reissues on Blu-ray become major audience pleasers.
There’s no better feeling than being able to watch a movie that was circulating in top form more than 15 years ago.
Some re-releases have become “big time.”
The play has won honors as Chicago’s “best new play,” and there’s no question it will now attract attention at Philadelphia’s Suzanne Roberts Theatre.
Our featured video this week is a major Hollywood achievment and considered by many to be the greatest love story ever.
Jamie Bell and Steven Spielberg have joined in the computer-generated “The Adventures of Tintin,” now on home video.
Brace yourself! You are about to be treated to the Arden Theatre’s production of “Cyrano.”
No question, Tony Braithwaite and Jennifer Childs are two of the most creative personalities in Philadelphia.
Martin Scorsese’s surprising children’s film deals with an orphan boy who is a 1930s resident of one of Paris’ busy railroad terminals.
Last year, under the direction of Clint Eastwood, Leonardo DiCaprio starred in a drama exploring the life of one of the most controversial figures of the 20th century.
It’s been called one of the most influential anti-war films ever made.
Did another author actually write Shakespeare’s works? “Anonymous,” from 2011, had a view on the topic.
It’s a weird history of a house, a neighborhood, and the people who’ve come and gone over five decades.