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13th Annual Colony Short Film Fest to Feature ‘The Price of Free’

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Friday, March 1 through Saturday, March 2 mark the 13th Annual Colony Short Film Festival, which will take place at the Peoples Bank Theatre in Marietta. The festival is intended to spotlight independent short films from around the globe, and this year the event is highlighting The Price of Free, the winner of the 2018 Sundance… Read More

Peacherine Ragtime Society Orchestra Headed to Peoples Bank Theatre March 1

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The Peacherine Ragtime Society Orchestra will bring their unique live show to the Peoples Bank Theatre on Friday, March 1 starting at 7 p.m. WOUB’s Emily Votaw interviewed the director of the group, Andrew Greene, about the formation of what the Washington Post called “the premiere ragtime ensemble in America,” in the interview embedded above. 

Todd Burge/William Matheny/Adam Remnant at Peoples Bank Theatre Feb. 8 SOLD OUT

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Tickets for the Friday, February 8 Todd Burge, William Matheny, and Adam Remnant show at the Peoples Bank Theatre are sold out! In 2018, Remnant released his highly anticipated debut full-length solo album, Sourwood.  Burge is fresh off the late 2018 release of Your Reflection Will Kill You and 1986: The First Album, the former of which is made… Read More

Peoples Bank Theatre’s 2019 Winter-Spring Spotlight Series


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The historic Peoples Bank Theatre announces its 2019 Winter-Spring Spotlight Series. This latest lineup of eight national touring artists comes in the midst of the theatre’s 100th anniversary. From concerts and comedy, to acrobatics and silent movies with live accompaniment, the Winter-Spring series highlights the versatility of the recently renovated performance and the diversity of… Read More

Sofi & the Baladis to Bring Ancient Music to Peoples Bank Theater

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Sofi & the Baladis are a truly unique musical group. The group’s performances are one part demonstrations of fascinating ancient instruments such as the oud and the qanun, one part gorgeous interpretation of 4,000-year-old plus Samaritan prayers, and one part the powerful personal story of the group’s lead vocalist, Sofi Tsedaka. Tsedaka was born into… Read More