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Now running at Stagecrafters, the dark humor of  “God of Carnage” by Yasmina Reza amuses you for 90 minutes, then you finally succumb to full-body laughter. more
Award-winning television, film and stage actor David Morse and his wife, Susan Wheeler, will perform in A.R. Gurney’s "Love Letters." more
At Act II Playhouse, you see 20 years of history through the eyes of three First Ladies. more
The Old Academy Players production of "And Then There Were None" by Agatha Christie holds you in suspense for two hours. more
You can look forward to a robust area theater in 2024.  more
A wide mix of dramas trod the boards of our area's theaters this past year, presented with energy and imagination. more
For 94 years, The Stagecrafters has been producing plays at its historic venue, serving Philadelphia and the surrounding area at 8130 Germantown Ave. more
"The Little Prince, The Musical" is the second show in the holiday season offering of Quintessence Theatre. more
Quintessence Theatre begins the holiday season with a sparkling production of "The Fantasticks." more
Quintessence Theatre Group in Mt. Airy presents the musical “The Little Prince” through Dec. 30 in a production aimed at theatergoers of all ages. more
Now running at Stagecrafters, Silent Sky honors the life of pioneer astronomer Henrietta Leavitt. more
Many know the story of “Lysistrata;” few have seen a production. It's a fun-loving delight. more
The “Broken Hollow Banshee” was warmly received on its opening night premiere at Old Academy Players. It was a lot of fun. more
In college, I was part of a theater group that put on several “Theater of the Absurd” plays. I was always puzzled about their meaning. more
The lights wax and wane for no reason. Newlywed Bella hears strange sounds.  “Am I going insane?” she wonders. Sound familiar? more
At Quintessence Theatre, "Major Barbara" (1905) by George Bernard Shaw gives us a boxing match between a soul-saving Christian and a manufacturer of gunpowder and munitions. more
After watching certain TV shows, one might be excused for believing that some celebrities are rather shallow and self-centered, but Melissa Fitzgerald belies the stereotype. more
“Doubt: A Parable” has not lost its glow. It earned bravos at Stagecrafters on opening night. more
The Stagecrafters community theater will open its 2023-2024 season with John Patrick Shanley's Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning play, "Doubt: A Parable." more
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