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  • MCT Presents Disney’s THE LITTLE MERMAID

    Splash into summer with MCT’s latest production, Disney’s THE LITTLE MERMAID. This undersea adventure opens Friday, July 14 at The Shannondell Performing Arts Theater, 1000 Shannondell Blvd., Audubon, PA. Based on Hans Christian Andersen’s classic tale and the 1989 Disney film of the same name, The Little Mermaid features a […]

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  • Newtown Arts Company presents Disney’s BEAUTY AND THE BEAST August 3–9

    Newtown Arts Company is bringing “Disney’s BEAUTY AND THE BEAST,” a musical based on the beloved animated film, to the stage of the historic Newtown Theatre August 3 through 9. This “tale as old as time” delighted Broadway audiences for over 13 years and was nominated for nine Tony Awards, […]

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  • Spotlight Theatre Presents ABSOLUTION

    ABSOLUTION, a new play by Dave Ebersole, will be part of Spotlight Theater’s New Playwright Series from July 21 through July 29. Spotlight Theater is located at 129 Park Ave., Swarthmore Pennsylvania. You can buy tickets online at spotlighttheatrepa.org Presented in an intimate three-quarter round/ thrust staging, this new romantic […]

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  • Footlighters Theater Presents HAIR: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical

    BERWYN, PA – HAIR is the original rock musical! With book and lyrics by James Rado and Gerome Ragni and music by Galt MacDermot, the iconic production won a Grammy for Best Score from an Original Cast Album in 1969, then 40 years later its 2009 revival won both the […]

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  • URINETOWN THE MUSICAL at Playcrafters of Skippack

    URINETOWN is an irreverent musical comedy satire inspired by the works of Brecht and Weill. A lengthy drought has led to a ban on private toilets! Access to the public toilets everyone must use is tightly controlled by a corrupt monopoly, but a hero plans a revolution in this most […]

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  • Audience Review: MAN OF LA MANCHA at Forge Theatre

    Truly engaging theater draws the audience in and makes them forget that they are sitting in uncomfortable seats, watching a play. The players within the play do this for the onstage audience, and the entire ensemble helps to weave this spell for those of us just a little further out. […]

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  • Audience Review: SHAKESPEARE IN HOLLYWOOD at Stagecrafters

    It’s going to take a little magic for Max Reinhardt (Joe Tranchitella) to convince Jack Warner (T.J. Deluca) to film his vision of A Midsummer Night’s Dream in 1934 Hollywood. Ken Ludwig’s SHAKESPEARE IN HOLLYWOOD suggests that if the real Oberon (Jim Broyles) and Puck (Joshua Keiter) were on set, […]

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  • Audience Review: MORNING’S AT SEVEN at Old Academy

    Earlier this season, Old Academy staged SUDDENLY LAST SUMMER, a play set in this deep south with characters facing ugly, confrontational family issues. Paul Osborn’s MORNING’S AT SEVEN is an interesting bookend to that piece. This time, the family drama is set in the mid-west of 1938, and the tone […]

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  • PETER AND THE STARCATCHER Reveals The Neverland You Never Knew

    The Barley Sheaf Players warmly welcome you to join them for their final production of the 2016-17 regular season, PETER AND THE STARCATCHER. This heartwarming and hilarious tale is a prequel to the story of Peter Pan, and tells the story of how a lonely orphan became The Boy Who […]

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  • Audience Review: THE LAST FIVE YEARS at Footlighters

    THE LAST FIVE YEARS is a newer show with an enthusiastic following. It clearly delighted audience members who were familiar with the show and would have needed little prompting to sing along. Director Zach Workman was fortunate to have two strong leads and a versatile static backdrop that allowed the […]

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