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    923 Ludlow Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107

    Thursday September 8th 2022 to Sunday October 9th 2022

    • Sundays

      2PM to 4:30PM

    • 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

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      Tuesday September 13th 2022 from 6:30PM to 9PM

    Zürich, 1917. In Tom Stoppard's Tony Award-winning comic masterpiece, obscure British diplomat Henry Carr and Dadaist Tristan Tzara are in love with Cecily and Gwendolen, who are both in love with someone named Jack. Carr stages a production of The Importance of Being Earnest with James Joyce, and the action gets heated when Vladimir Lenin bursts onto the scene. Soon everyone in neutral Switzerland is at war over the question, "What does it mean to be an artist and a revolutionary?"

    COVID Information: Everyone other than the actors on stage must wear properly fitted masks at all times in all parts of our venue. Thank you for your cooperation with these safety protocols that help protect you, our artists, and our staff – and help avoid performance cancellations. As of August 2022, proof of vaccination is no longer required.

    Accessibility Information

    Accessibility: This production will be performed at St. Stephen's Theater, 923 Ludlow Street in Center City Philadelphia. We regret that both the seating area and restrooms require navigating a flight of stairs and are 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; please let us know how we may assist you.
    $25 - $42
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