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Psychic headed to the Keswick Theatre

When he was just a little boy, he already was seeing dead people.


Divergent is familiar, but still very entertaining

It seems like filmmakers and studios are increasingly turning toward the young adult novel genre, known as YA, in hopes of finding the next big blockbuster movie series. The movies already have a built-in audience — the tween and teenage girl fans of the books are sure to head to theaters in droves, right?


‘The Rise and Fall of Little Voice’ coming to the Walnut

Even though it was years ago, Denise Whelan still recalls her enthusiasm when she saw the film version of the play titled The Rise and Fall of Little Voice.


Bringing the blues to Keswick

Kevin Moore, best known as Keb’ Mo’, is a three-time Grammy Award-winning singer, guitarist and songwriter who’s been singing the blues and making critically acclaimed albums since 1994.


‘Phantom’ appears on local stage

It is the longest-running show in Broadway history by a wide margin, celebrating its 10,000th Broadway performance in 2012.


‘Need for Speed’ does not translate to the big screen

Aaron Paul wants to be known for more than just being that guy from Breaking Bad. Need for Speed is not the vehicle that will get him to that point.


Blending art and theater

It all began for Jeannot Painchaud in 1984 when he left his small island home in Canada to see the Tall Ships in Quebec City.


Artemisia makes ‘300: Rise of an Empire’ worth seeing

Does a movie from eight years ago really need a sequel? Was anyone clamoring to see more of the Spartans versus the Persians?


‘Son of God’ lacks imagination

Shortly before the release of Son of God, #HotJesus went viral on Twitter. The hashtag refers to Portuguese former model/actor/Brad Pitt lookalike Diogo Morgado, star of Son of God. Needless to say, Morgado is certainly a tall and attractive Jesus with his long locks and pearly white teeth. But he’s just about the only appealing thing about the movie from a cinematic perspective.


Irish Rovers coming to Keswick

For 50 years, the Irish Rovers have been cherished as international ambassadors of Irish music with three television series and 15 albums behind them, and just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, the Rovers are on the road with their Farewell to Rovin’ tour. They’ll be stopping one last time at the Keswick Theatre in Glenside on March 11 at 7:30 p.m.