THE WASHINGTON HOUSE / SELLERSVILLE THEATER
Tonight – 5 PM
FREESTYLE FLIGHTS OF WINE
On the fourth Friday of each month you can create your own tasting flight by choosing four different wines from a list of 20 (list changes month to month.) Each taste is 1-1/2 oz. and the four together is the equivalent of a 6 oz glass of wine. A printed guide includes descriptions to help you choose.
Tonight at 8 PM
Red Horse starring John Gorka, Lucy Kaplansky & Eliza Gilkyson
Red Horse is folk’s newest supergroup featuring Eliza Gilkyson, Lucy Kaplansky and Moravian College alumni John Gorka. These three veteran songwriters team up to cover each other’s songs and breathe new life into old favorites. Awash in gorgeous harmonies and simple acoustic production, they’re a perfect patchwork of new and old songs, mixing traditional folk and contemporary Americana.
Saturday at 2 PM and 8 PM
With the wild success of the TV smash “Glee,” Rockapella is one of the world’s most sophisticated and lasting pop vocal groups. The quintet deliver tight harmonies, soulful vibes and high energy concert performances, best known as the innovative entertainers on the PBS smash “Where In the World is Carmen Sandiego?” (the show’s theme song is STILL their most downloaded song). With a moniker that describes their artful meld of rock and a cappella, this versatile group also appeared on the PBS “Do It A Cappella” special hosted by Spike Lee and were guests with Whoopi and Leno.
PUCK – DOYLESTOWN
Tonight 8 PM
Ob La Di Music Presents: Reverend TJ McGlinchey Band with Murchant
McGlinchey’s debut album, Tell Me To Stay, is strongly rooted in American folk music, but the Reverend’s diversity is evident throughout, whether in the bluesy “There Was A Time,” the vintage rock ‘n’ roll of “Little Red Car,” the reggae-inflected “Too Much,” or the pulsating Latin romp “Oye Bella.” A successful album release show at World Café Live in January, 2012 was swiftly followed by airplay on WXPN, cementing McGlinchey as one of Philadelphia’s hottest new recording artists.
THE ZEN DEN – DOYLESTOWN
Tonight 7 PM
Saturday 7 PM
Tina has recently released a CD “Red is the Color of Love”. She performs original material as well as her own unique renditions of timeless cover songs.
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLAYERS
THE PAJAMA GAME
Based on the novel 7½ Cents by Richard Bissell
Music & Lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross
Directed by Andy McPhee
Fri. & Sat. Performances:
April 5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20 at 8pm
Matinees: April 7, 14 at 3pm