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    The Craftsman

    Lantern Theater Company

    923 Ludlow Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107

    Thursday November 9th 2017 to Sunday December 17th 2017

    • Sundays

      2PM to 4:15PM

    • Tuesdays

      6:30PM to 8:45PM

    • Wednesdays

      2PM to 4:15PM

      7PM to 9:15PM

    • Thursdays

      7PM to 9:15PM

    • Fridays

      8PM to 10:15PM

    • Saturdays

      2PM to 4:15PM

      8PM to 10:15PM

    • And the following dates:

      Sunday November 26th 2017 from 7PM to 9:15PM

      With the exception of the following dates:

      Saturday November 11th 2017 from 2PM to 4:15PM

      Wednesday November 15th 2017 from 2PM to 4:15PM

      Thursday November 23rd 2017 from 7PM to 9:15PM

      Wednesday December 13th 2017 from 2:00pm to 4:15pm

    From the ashes of World War II, Dutch patriots discover that one of their own – a rich and reputable art dealer – has sold rare Vermeer paintings to the Nazis. Accused of treason and on trial for his life, he must decide whether to destroy his own reputation or to reveal bigger secrets behind these works that the Dutch consider national treasures. Commissioned and developed through the Lantern's New Works Initiative, this world premiere by celebrated Philadelphia playwright Bruce Graham spins a darkly ironic tale of ambition, genius, and deception.

    By Bruce Graham
    Directed by M. Craig Getting
    We regret that our resident home, St. Stephen's Theater, requires climbing 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 patrons with early seating or other special needs. When ordering tickets, please let us know how we may assist you.
    $26 - $43
    Lantern Box Office

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