FRANK WILSON & THE MOTOWN-PHILLY EXPERIENCE SATURDAY, APRIL 21 AT 8 PM JUDY SCOTT SATURDAY, APRIL 28 AT 8 PM Come out for the Motown-Philly Experience with Frank Wilson and friends as they bring you the music of The Temptations and The Four Tops as well as The Drifters, The Coasters and that ‘Philly’ disco sound. With fantastic vocals and terrific dance routines these three entertainers will have you cheering for more. The group has appeared at many prestigious venues such as the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino as well as on many of the best cruise lines. An outstanding entertainer with a fabulous voice, Judy Scott was performing at New York’s famous Copacabana when Jerry Lewis caught her act and immediately signed her to appear with him at the Sands Hotel in Las Vegas and at the Fontainebleau in Miami Beach. Audience response was so great that he then featured her on his next television special. She has toured nightclubs throughout the United States and the world, performing with such famous personalities as Jackie Mason and David Brenner as well as performing with Buddy Hackett at Resorts International. Her career also includes television and appearing with her fourteen-piece band, Sentimental Journey. Opening for Judy is pianist Gary Clark. Gary brings The Great American Songbook, Broadway’s musicals and the great film scores to life with his infectious and joyful arrangements. Music critics have hailed him as a renaissance man because his musicality is so remarkable. Tickets may be purchased online at https://gateaccess.net Contact the ID Office to obtain your sign-in information. Tickets can also be purchased seven days a week at the Box Office from 9:00 am – 10:30 pm. On the night of a performance, only that night’s tickets will be sold for one hour and 15 minutes prior to show time. The Box Office will remain open until 10:30 pm for all other available tickets. Credit cards accepted: Visa®, MasterCard® and Discover®. Your credit card statement will indicate the charge as Borec, Inc. Guest tickets available anytime. In the event a show headliner cancels, NO REFUNDS will be given when a comparable show is scheduled. If tickets are purchased online the $1.00 service charge will not be refunded. TICKETING INFORMATION No Canadian checks or money orders will be accepted unless they clearly state U.S. Funds. A $15 service charge applies to all returned checks. Cen-West payments must be current in order to purchase tickets. To speak with Box Office personnel please call: 561- 451-1234 Enjoy free music and dancing in the Party Room every Wednesday from 2:00 – 4:00 pm. Bingo will be held every Wednesday at 7:30 pm. No tickets sold after 7:25 pm. Unless otherwise noted, all shows begin at 8:00 pm and all dances begin at 7:45 pm. No shorts are permitted for all live performances.
APRIL at the movies MARSHALL PG-13, 118 MIN. A look at the early career of Thurgood Marshall, the first African- American Supreme Court Justice as he tries the case of a black chauffeur accused of the sexual assault and attempted murder of his white socialite employer. Chadwick Boseman, Josh Gad, Kate Hudson and Sterling K. Brown star in this engrossing drama. Sun. April 1 2:00 pm* Sun April 1 8:00 pm Mon. April 2 8:00 pm Tues. April 3 2:00 pm WONDER PG, 113 MIN. The film is a heartwarming and inspirational drama about Auggie Pullman, a boy with facial deformities who starts out 5th grade by mainstreaming into a public school. Told with great compassion, the film demonstrates how his classmates and the greater community find the compassion to accept him. The movie stars Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson, Jacob Tremblay, Izabela Vidovic and Mandy Patinkin. I, TONYA R, 120 MIN. (RATED R FOR STRONG LANGUAGE, SOME VIOLENCE AND NUDITY). A darkly comic telling of the unbelievable events that led to the scandal that ended National figure skating Champion Tonya Harding’s career. An extremely entertaining film with award nominated performances from Margot Robbie portraying Tonya and from Allison Janney her mother with Sebastian Stan and Caitlin Carver rounding out the cast. MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS PG-13, 114 MIN. This suspenseful murder mystery with an all-star cast takes place on the luxurious Orient Express as it travels from Istanbul to London. On board is famed detective Hercule Poirot who must solve the murder of one of the passengers. The fun begins when everyone aboard the train becomes a suspect. Kenneth Branagh, Penélope Cruz, Willem Dafoe, Johnny Depp, Judi Dench, Michelle Pfeiffer and Josh Gad portray the suspected travelers. WONDER WHEEL PG-13, 101 MIN. Woody Allen wrote and directed this drama that takes place in Coney Island in the 1950s. The film tells the story of a middle-aged carousel operator, his long-suffering wife and the visitor who turns their lives upside-down. The film stars Jim Belushi, Kate Winslet, Justin Timberlake and Juno Temple. Tues. April 3 8:00 pm* Thurs. April 5 8:00 pm Fri. April 6 8:00 pm Sun. April 8 2:00 pm* Sun. April 8 8:00 pm Mon. April 9 8:00 pm* Tues. April 10 2:00 pm* Tues. April 10 8:00 pm Thurs. April 12 8:00 pm Fri. April 13 8:00 pm Sun. April 15 2:00 pm* Sun. April 15 8:00 pm* Mon. April 16 8:00 pm Tues. April 17 2:00 pm Tues. April 17 8:00 pm Thurs. April 19 8:00 pm* Fri. April 20 8:00 pm Sun. April 22 2:00 pm* Sun April 22 8:00 pm Mon. April 23 8:00 pm JUST GETTING STARTED PG-13, 91 MIN. An action/comedy starring Tommy Lee Jones, Morgan Freeman, Glenne Headly and Rene Russo about an ex-FBI Agent who manages a plush Palm Springs Resort and the ex-mob lawyer who checks in. Their rivalry comes to a head on the golf course as they fight off a mob hit. LAST FLAG FLYING R, 125 MIN. (RATED R FOR STRONG LANGUAGE AND SEXUAL REFERENCES). A dark comedy/drama that wrestles with questions of patriotism, family and grief as a former Navy Corpsman decides not to bury his son slain in the Iraq War in Arlington Cemetery but to take him home to suburban New Hampshire and bury him there. Steve Carell, Bryan Cranston and Laurence Fishburne star in the film. Tues. April 24 2:00 pm* Tues. April 24 8:00 pm* Thurs. April 26 8:00 pm Fri. April 27 8:00 pm Sun. April 29 2:00 pm Sun. April 29 8:00 pm* Mon. April 30 8:00 pm (Continued in May) *Indicates closed captioned when available. Admission is free. Tickets are not required.