Students and the Department of Music and Theatre at California University of Pennsylvania (Cal U) will be bringing a bit of jazzy fun to the stage for the third year in a row with "The Happy Elf."
A former bio-chemical engineer will soon be creating an art masterpiece on the side of the Italian Independent Social Club on West Crawford Avenue in Connellsville.
Whether it’s entertainment news, daily talk shows or even prime time news, you can’t tune in to any of these without seeing interviews with the stars of the long-awaited live-action film “The Lion King” that released today.
The next movie in the State Theatre’s “Classic Film Series” is a 1940s era flick featuring the talented James Cagney in “Yankee Doodle Dandy.”
This summer on the big screen, audiences have been offered up everything from a giant lizard in “Godzilla,” a menacing shark in the upcoming “47 Meters Down Uncaged” and an undead cat in the remake of Pet Sematary”
Thirty years after the first film version of "Pet Sematary" was released to theaters, a remake of the same film based on Stephen King's novel has been released to rental outlets.
Mandy Onder is taking her passion to the stage when she gives nearly 50 children the opportunity to take over the Geyer Performing Arts Center stage.
Two local non-profit organizations are teaming up to bring a fun and interesting art project to the community, and organizers hope many will come out to participate.
Based on a true story, the film “The Best of Enemies” follows the lives of a civil rights leader and a Ku Klux Klan leader and how they manage to compromise.
Tom Holland will reprise his role as the web-slinger himself in his third Spider-Man film, “Spider-Man: Far From Home,” which released to theaters just before the holiday this week.
The Geyer Performing Arts Center’s summer theater camp is set to put on a production of “Hairspray Jr.” and the participants are more than excited.
There aren’t a lot of musicians who look to the military for their next career option, but Carmichaels high school graduate, Lt. Kelly Cartwright, did just that in 1999 after graduating from West Virginia University with a bachelor’s degree in music education.
History buffs and those who like a little drama to go with it will more than likely enjoy the film "Aftermath," which released to rental outlets this week.
This weekend you can take a trip down to your local theater to catch the new film "Yesterday," and maybe all your troubles will seem so far away.