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We The People

800/822-8487, ext.437

a musical at The National Liberty Museum 321 Chestnut St

A musical at The National Liberty Museum 321 Chestnut St. 800/822-8487, ext.437.

The Liberty Museum is open 10am-5pm daily. Adults: $18, Seniors: $15, $6 for children under 6. Group rates available.
Two Great Attractions, One Great Price! We The People is a rousing musical tribute to the spirit that has defined America. Exhilarating and inspiring, the award-wining production spotlights our nations heroes and heritage. Admission includes full access to the acclaimed National Liberty Museum.

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Walnut Street Theater


825 Walnut St. (9th & Walnut Sts)

America’s oldest theater, founded in 1809. Today, with over 36,000 subscribers, it’s one of the largest resident theaters in the country. In addition to the main stage, there are independent productions in the smaller Independence Studio and Studio 5. Call about monthly Theatre for Kids shows.

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Pig Iron Theatre Company

Box Office: 215.627.1883 | Phone: 215.873.0883 | Fax: 215.873.0884

P.O. Box 17275, Philadelphia, PA 19105

From the Philadelphia Fringe to the Edinburgh Fringe, with stops in New York, Pig Iron drags theatre onto the stage kicking and screaming, and the audiences love it. Check their site for information on touring shows (New York, Massacusetts, etc.)

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The Philadelphia Theatre Company

Box Office: 215/985-0420 | Business: 215/985-1400 | Fax: 215/985-5800

Suzanne Roberts Theatre, 480 S. Broad Street (Broad & Lombard Sts.)

Awards and more nominations just announced. Call for information about special events, such as Meet the Artists, Wine and Beer Tasting nights, and West End Friday nights. Check their website for details on plays, subscriptions, and events.

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Philadelphia Shakespeare Festival

215/ 569-9700

2111 Sansom St.

Two Shakespeare productions a year, every year. Additionally, the Classical Reading Series explores the works of some of those playwrights who were contemporaries of Shakespeare, and those whose works have been profoundly influenced by Shakespeare.
The Philadelphia Shakespeare Festival Youth Ensemble, a company of student actors, grades 9–12, meet Monday evenings from September to June for training and rehearsals with professional actors and artists. Rehearsals will culminate in a full performance of a play in June, cast exclusively with student actors. The program will be free of charge to students who can commit to the yearlong program.

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