Movies in Maple Shade


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  • Philadelphia Film Society
    The second annual Philly F/M Festival culls hordes of independent films and live music, emphasizing the interplay of the two media. Thursday night hosts the event's kick-off party as Philadelphia Slick douses the crowd with waves of toe-tapping beats and games of Simon Says. The neighborhood's lights dim on Friday as the film screenings begin at 7 p.m. with Sound It Out, a phonetically precise documentary that chronicles the last vinyl record shop in Teesside, England. Meet Me on South Street, The Story of JC Dobbs (September 24 at 6:30 p.m.) delves into Philadelphia's artistic subculture and underground crocheting scene from the 1970s to 1996 through the lens of one of its signature and now defunct musical establishments.
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    1600 N 5th St
    Philadelphia, PA US
  • Plays and Players
    Written by Richard Greenberg, Take Me Out centers on Darren Lemmings, an arrogant superstar on the New York Empires whose coming out of the closet irrevocably alters the national pastime. Amid the anger of deeply racist and homophobic teammate Shane Mungitt, the admiration of gay financial manager Mason Marzac, and the reactions of other players in the locker room, the only person who seems unaffected by the revelation is Darren himself. Watch the drama swirl around the ego-ridden protagonist both on and off the field, but always on the stage, at the Plays & Players performance of your choice.
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    1714 Delancey Street
    Philadelphia, PA US
  • The Philadelphia's Original Mystery Dinner
    Reserve a table for two! The Philadelphia's Original Mystery Dinner specializes in intimate Italian cuisine for those looking to add some romance to dinner. Low-fat fare is not available here, so leave some room in your diet. Don't miss out on the private room at The Philadelphia's Original Mystery Dinner — you'll want to reserve the space the next time you and your whole crew need a place to celebrate together. Catering services are also available. For an easy commute, drive to the restaurant and park in the garage around the corner. Street parking is also available for those who prefer to parallel park. You'll typically spend about $30 per person to dine at The Philadelphia's Original Mystery Dinner, so plan your budget accordingly. Head on over to The Philadelphia's Original Mystery Dinner first thing in the morning or last thing in the evening — The Philadelphia's Original Mystery Dinner is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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    120 Lombard St
    Philadelphia, PA US
  • "Fela!" The Broadway Musical
    The building that would eventually become Merriam Theater opened as the Sam S. Shubert Theater in 1918, honoring the famous, theater-owning Shubert family’s youngest member, who died tragically in a train accident a decade earlier. Following the fortunes of its fellow theaters, the Merriam's inaugural years saw success with toe-tapping Gershwin musicals and spine-tingling Shakespearean performances by John Barrymore. As vaudeville petered out and the country slid into a depression, the theater struggled to pay the bills through more tawdry means, hosting burlesque shows and letting patrons see the stage without its curtain. The University of Arts eventually bought the building in 1972, and restored the venue to its former glory as host to the country's finest performers.
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    250 S Broad St.
    Philadelphia, PA US
  • "I Am (Not) My Mother"
    Just steps from South Street in Philadelphia, Society Hill Playhouse showcases some of the best and most fun theatrical productions in the city. Rather than focusing on high art or avant-garde performances, Society Hill Playhouse creates accessible productions for a wider non-theatergoing crowd. Popular shows like Lafferty's Wake, Nunsense, Schoolhouse Rock Live and Menopause: The Musical have been attracting audiences since the theater space opened in 1960. The building itself is its own spectacle, having been built over a century ago, and inside, the playhouse houses two performance spaces. Downstairs, the cabaret-style Red Room seats 99 guests, while the more traditional theater upstairs can accommodate 250. An on-site bar serves beverages during performances.
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    507 South 8th Street
    Philadelphia, PA US
  • Ritz At The Bourse
    Pit to Plate BBQ & Saloon is a 2013 Best of the North Finalist in Cincy Magazine. The popular menu items are served in generous portions, including a popular side, (chili) mac & cheese. Catering options include pig roasts and corn roasts. The BBQ Sundae is popular, which is layered baked beans, cole slaw, choice of beef and/or pork, crispy fried onions, smoked cheddar, and a corn muffin. Lunch specials include “Pulled Chicken Sammich,” Kielbasa Sammich, Beef Brisket or Pulled Pork Sammich, or a Reuben with turkey, chicken, pork, or corned beef. The award-winning Pit to Plate BBQ sauce is available for purchase.
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    400 Ranstead Street
    Philadelphia, PA US

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