Consistently beautifully produced plays; stunning displays of imagination; no bad seats!
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Small, intimate theater in Olde City. the play I saw featured local actors which makes it more of a community theater with high caliber productions.
Unfortunately my nephew is outgrowing their chidrens shows but they have all been excellent especially If you give a mouse a cookie
Very funny, well written, comedy at every turn. Totally enjoyed seeing the play - and the residency program they have is totally unique and a fantastic process. Thank you for a great evening.
My husband and I have been subscribers for (at least) 16 years (hard to remember), and have loved every season. Their productions range from world premieres by MIchael Hollinger (Ghostwriter, etc.) and other contemporary playwrights to hard-to-find Sondheim (Assassins, etc.) and a variety of Shakespeare...More
I've been a subscriber since my son was born the same year this theater was founded. Cried during their adaptation of Studs Turkel's "Working"; immobilized by their "Third and Indiana" and almost never disappointed.
I've yet to attend a bad production here. Stories are atypical and often off beat with surprisingly good acting and innovative staging.
We took our Girl Scout troop there. Play was incredible, price was great, actors come out to meet the audience afterwards. They also can help Scouts complete badge requirements and such.
The productions here are affordable and wonderful. I take my 2 going on 3 year old whenever there is a kid like production. We have seen Charlotte's Web and Robin Hood. I run a Parent's Guide to Philadelphia called HipsterHenry.com and I post some tips...More