Now is the perfect time to take advantage of Philadelphia's amazing theatre scene. With a variety of interesting shows currently running in the city this month, including a few premieres and new productions of classics, there is truly something for everyone. Did we mention that some of these are Funsavers?
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The first play of the Walnut's Neil Simon double feature (Laughter on the 23rd Floor begins later this month), Last of the Red Hot Lovers explores a time where love was free, but still hilariously difficult to find.
What happens when you meet the love of your life in a world of endless possibility? Nick Payne's Constellations explores the complexities of love across the multiverse, starring Wilma HotHouse Company members - and real life married couple - Sarah Gliko and Jered McLenigan.
Part two of the Walnut's Neil Simon double feature, Laughter on the 23rd Floor lets the audience in on the writer's room of a hit 1950s TV show led by Max Prince, the unpredictable but beloved comedian and host.
This play brings up into the minds of two of the greatest revolutionaries in American history - Marcus Garvey, the civil rights leader, and Emma Goldman, a Jewish anarchist in a politcally charged play that "challenges the audience to continually question what it means to be American."
At 103 and 101 respectively, Sadie and Bessie Delany have seen a lot over the past century, from being the daughters of a former slave, growing up in the Jim Crow south, and their careers as a teacher and dentist, respectively. Watch as they reminisce on the past while making dinner together to commemorate their late father's birthday in Having Our Say.
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