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    SCTC Continues 10th Anniversary Season with FORTUNE COOKIES by Joseph M. Paprzycki

    South Camden Theatre Company Continues its 10th Anniversary Season with a Production of FORTUNE COOKIES by Joseph M. Paprzycki Production Opens February 27 and runs Through March 15, 2015 on Fridays and Saturdays at 8p.m. and Sundays at 2p.m. CAMDEN, N.J. — February 9, 2015 – South Camden Theatre Company, […]

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    Neil Simon’s RUMORS Comes to Steel River Playhouse

    Who knew suicide could be so funny? America’s Number #1 comic playwright, that’s who. Neil Simon’s Broadway hit RUMORS comes to the Steel River Playhouse stage, from March 12th through March 22nd, as part of the theatre’s continuing “American Classics” series. Mr Simon, the most produced playwright in the history of […]

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    Storybook Presents THE FROG PRINCE

    Storybook Musical Theatre, the Abington-based, professional children’s theater company, will present an original adaptation of the Grimm Brothers’ tale of THE FROG PRINCE, the story of a selfish princess who must kiss an enchanted frog for him to transform back to a prince. The family musical plays from March 10 […]

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    MCT Dinner Theater – MOTHER TRUCKERS

    Breaker One Nine. Breaker One Nine. This is MOTHER TRUCKERS comin’ atcha on Friday, March 6th at the Center Square Golf Club in Worcester, PA! This entertaining original comedy by local playwrights, Judith Sapperstein and Gary Murway, is presented by MCT (Methacton Community Theater) in partnership with the Center Square Golf […]

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    A MURDER HAS BEEN ARRANGED: Ghost Story at Hedgerow to Warm up Winter

    Hedgerow Theatre in Rose Valley adds to the chill of this cold winter with a production of Emlyn Williams’ 1930 ghost story, A MURDER HAS BEEN ARRANGED. Directed by former Hedgerow Fellow (and frequent Guest Artist) Sarah J. Gafgen, this spine-tingler runs from February 19th to March 29th, 2015. Williams […]

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    Curio’s OTHELLO: Loving “Not Wisely, But Too Well”

    West Philly’s Curio Theatre Company starts off 2015 with a production of Shakespeare’s OTHELLO. Presented on their intimate “Corner Stage” on the lower level of the Calvary Center, the production is directed by Dan Hodge and runs through March 14. OTHELLO was written in approximately 1603; the story revolves around four central […]

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    Lights, Camera, FROST/NIXON

    FROST/NIXON at The Players Club of Swarthmore, as directed by Bridget Dougherty, is a splendid production. Peter Morgan’s 2006 play is an adaptation of the true story of a series of TV interviews that occurred in 1977 between British talk show host / aspiring journalist, David Frost, and the then-resigned […]

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    Reading the Signals: MICHAEL & EDIE at Villanova

    Villanova Theatre continues their current season with an area premiere of MICHAEL & EDIE by Rachel Bonds. The production is being directed by Philly actor/playwright—and newly appointed Villanova Professor—James Ijames. The titular characters bury themselves amongst the shelves of the book store where they work to escape the tensions of […]

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    Excellent Performances in COURT-MARTIAL AT FORT DEVENS

    Steel River Playhouse in Pottstown opened its latest production, COURT-MARTIAL AT FORT DEVENS on February 6th. Based on a true story, it relates the events in the latter days of World War II, when women enlisted in the WAC (Women’s Army Corps) and were trained in various non-combat fields. Several […]

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    THE METAMORPHOSIS: Quintessence Brings Kafka to Mount Airy

    As part of the 100th anniversary commemoration of Kafka’s seminal work of fiction, Quintessence Theatre Group is presenting a stage version of THE METAMORPHOSIS. Rebecca Wright directs Stephen Berkoff’s adaptation, which will be onstage at the Sedgewick Theatre on Germantown Avenue through March 1. Franz Kafka is regarded by many […]


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