A lot of energy and some pretty great singing and dancing is in store when the ABBA music inspired show kicks off tonight.
With a great showing last weekend, “Storming Heaven: The Musical” returns to Morgantown, W. Va., to continue its fully-staged world premiere at the WVU Creative Arts Center tonight through June 16.
Films detailing those who are fighting battles with one sickness or another have been bringing a dose of reality into entertainment for years.
More than 20 years after Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith made aliens an overnight sensation, Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson will try to stack up to the dynamic duo for the new generation in “Men In Black International,” releasing to theaters this weekend.
For the last six years, the Summer at the State program has brought professional shows to the State Theatre's stage in Uniontown.
While the audience scores aren’t so great for this film, the critics seem to love “Gloria Bell,” which was released to rental outlets this week.
Now that the holiday weekend has come and gone, many are looking to summer. Vacations have been or soon will be booked and relaxation is in order.
With the popularity of the film "Bohemian Rhapsody," audiences seem to be ready for films geared toward classic musicians and film makers are ready to give them what they want this summer.
After their characters have a relationship in the “Pitch Perfect” trilogy as well as the film “Workaholics,” it’s safe to say that Rebel Wilson and Adam DeVine have good chemistry.
Individuals will have two different weekend opportunities to make their way to the Diamond Theatre in Ligonier to see the live performance of “Aladdin Jr.” as well as the chance to see the newly released live action film there.
Set in the time period of the Salem Witch Trials, “The Crucible” brings drama and even love to Scottdale’s Geyer Performing Arts Center stage this weekend.
There will be a lot of fun and scares to be had at the box office this summer when a huge amount of remakes and sequels as well as a surprising amount of horror films hit the screen.