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    THEATRE
    • ltc redvelvet
    Where:
    923 Ludlow Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107
    When:

    Thursday September 7th 2017 to Sunday October 8th 2017

    • Sundays

      2PM to 4:30PM

    • Tuesdays

      6:30PM to 9PM

    • Wednesdays

      2PM to 4:30PM

      7PM to 9:30PM

    • Thursdays

      7PM to 9:30PM

    • Fridays

      8PM to 10:30PM

    • Saturdays

      2PM to 4:30PM

      8PM to 10:30PM

    • And the following dates:

      Sunday October 1st 2017 from 7PM to 9:30PM

      With the exception of the following dates:

      Saturday September 9th 2017 from 2PM to 4:30PM

      Wednesday September 13th 2017 from 2PM to 4:30PM

      Saturday September 30th 2017 from 2PM to 4:30PM

      Tuesday October 3rd 2017 from 6:30PM to 9PM

      Saturday October 7th 2017 from 2PM to 4:30PM

    London, 1833. There are riots on the streets protesting the Slavery Abolition Act. Inside the Theatre Royal, tragic actor Ira Aldridge is making history. Fresh from dazzling success in the capitals of Europe, he is about to become the first African-American actor to play Othello in London, where the play was created. The conflict inside the theater mirrors that on stage and outside: what price will artists pay for their audacity?
    We regret that our resident home at St. Stephen's Theater requires navigating a flight of stairs and is therefore not accessible to patrons using a wheelchair. No elevator service is available. We are, however, able to accommodate early seating and other special needs. When ordering tickets, please let us know how we may assist you.
    TICKETS
    $26 - $43
    CONTACT
    Lantern Box Office
    215-829-0395

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