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The Gin Game  
Montgomery Theater The Gin Game
 
Winner of the 1978 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and nominated for four Tony Awards, The Gin Game symbolizes life in the form of a card game. D.L. Coburn's sharp-witted dramedy follows two lonely nursing home residents who strike up an acquaintance and begin to play gin rummy. As the game progresses, intimate secrets of their lives are revealed and they begin to search for each other's weaknesses in both the game and life itself. Watch the stakes rise ever higher in this production at the Montgomery Theater in Souderton.

 

 

   
Kinky Boots  
Kimmel Center - Academy of Music Kinky Boots
 
Set in the provincial Northampton, England, London-bound Charlie Price is surprised to suddenly inherit his beloved father's shoe factory and even more surprised to find that handmade men's dress shoes are no longer quite as in vogue as they used to be. Facing closure, a dejected Charlie chances upon Lola, the charismatic, brassy and fabulous drag queen and finds himself forming an unlikely business partnership, creating custom shoes for drag queens, which will change their lives forever...

 

 

   
The Shape of Things  
The Eagle Theatre The Shape of Things
 
How far would you go for love or art? What price would you be willing to pay? Tony-nominated playwright Neil LaBute asks these questions and more in The Shape of Things, a modern-day retelling of the fall of man. In this provocative drama, a young man named Adam dives into an intense relationship with a charismatic art student named Evelyn. Under Evelyn's influence, Adam finds himself radically changing his life. It's not long before their affair veers into the kind of dangerous, seductive territory that LaBute does best. And it's not until the point of Adam's most shocking exhibition -- which challenges our most deeply entrenched ideas about art and love -- that Evelyn reveals her true intentions. Explore notions of romance, art and morality when this darkly comedic drama comes to Hammonton's Eagle Theatre. Your ticket to the show will also include a pre-show walkthrough of an onsite art exhibit featuring a different artist each week, as well as free wine tastings and other special surprises.

 

 

   
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Buyer and Cellar  
Plays and Players Theatre Buyer and Cellar
 
The revelation that Barbra Streisand built her own private shopping mall -- complete with a doll shop, vintage clothing atelier and candy store -- in the basement of her Malibu mansion has inspired many reactions, but none as ingenious as Buyer & Cellar. In this hilarious romp, playwright Jonathan Tolins spins a bit of Babs' trivia into a fictional one-man show of real depth and heart. Follow struggling thespian Alex as he takes a job as the sole employee of Streisand's wonder emporium. As the two develop a rapport, you wonder whether their basement bonding will ever move upstairs to real friendship. This off-Broadway hit makes its Philly debut courtesy of 1812 Productions at Plays & Players Theatre on Delancey.

 

 

   
Cabaret  
Arden Theatre Cabaret
 
Step out of the modern world and into the divinely decadent Kit Kat Klub of 1930s Germany, the cabaret where seductive singer Sally Bowles enchants the crowd each and every night. There, misfits and outcasts of Berlin come together, taking refuge from the storm of a rapidly changing society where their kind is less than welcome and the Nazis' impending rise to power threatens to splinter their decadent lifestyle. Led by the enigmatic Emcee, the colorful characters of this Kander & Ebb masterpiece are eager to entertain you with numbers like "Don't Tell Mama," "Willkommen," and "Cabaret." Don't miss this Tony Award-winning classic courtesy of Arden Theatre Company at Philadelphia's F. Otto Haas Theatre.

 

 

   
Carousel  
The Media Theatre Carousel
 
With one of the most emotionally powerful books in musical-theater history and immortal songs like "If I Loved You," "June Is Bustin' Out All Over" and "You'll Never Walk Alone," it's easy to understand why Rodgers & Hammerstein's Carousel was named Time magazine's "Best Musical of the 20th Century." It's the poignant and heartbreaking story of swaggering, carefree carnival barker Billy Bigelow, who captivates the naive millworker Julie. As luck would have it, just as they learn that Julie's pregnant, Billy loses his job -- and gets involved in a bank robbery to make ends meet. Things go horribly awry, but years later Billy gets the chance to see his wife and the daughter he never knew. How Billy instills in both his child and her mother a sense of hope and dignity is a dramatic testimony to the power of love. Experience the show Rodgers & Hammerstein named as their own personal favorite when Carousel comes to life at The Media Theatre near Philly.

 

 

   
Chicago  
Players Club of Swarthmore Chicago
 
Chicago has everything that makes a Broadway musical great: sizzling songs, seductive dance numbers and a show biz story that packs a powerful punch. Set amidst the showy decadence of the 1920s, Chicago tells the tale of convicted murderers Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly, who'll stop at nothing to get the attention of the press and celebrity attorney Billy Flynn. Their malicious crimes turn them into media darlings, producing a barrage of sensational headlines, the likes of which could just as easily be ripped from today's tabloids. A smash on Broadway (winning six Tony Awards) and on the big screen (winning six Academy Awards), this biting satire features the unforgettable songs of Kander and Ebb, including "All That Jazz," "Cell Block Tango" and many more hits. Enjoy this musical trip back to a time when a little razzle-dazzle made everything just fine in this dazzling production at the Players Club of Swarthmore.

 

 

   
Disney's The Little Mermaid  
Players Club of Swarthmore Disney's The Little Mermaid
 
Disney's The Little Mermaid invites your family on a magical journey "Under the Sea" with Ariel, a mermaid who's tired of flipping her fins in her aquatic kingdom alongside her crabby sidekick, Sebastian. Ariel dreams of living in the fascinating world on dry land and will go to great lengths to get there, trading in her tail for human legs with some "help" from a sea witch named Ursula, in order to be by the side of the handsome Prince Eric. Based on the beloved Hans Christian Andersen tale and the classic animated film, with music by eight-time Academy Award winner Alan Menken, this production of the fishy fable will capture your heart with irresistible songs like "Kiss the Girl," "Part of Your World" and more at the Players Club of Swarthmore.

 

 

   
Godspell  
Sketch Club Players Godspell
 
Witness the most righteous story ever told -- as you've never seen it told before. In this beloved classic, Grammy- and Oscar-winning composer and lyricist Stephen Schwartz (Wicked) uses the Gospel of Matthew and a score featuring every genre from ragtime to rock to rap to retell the story of Jesus and his disciples through a series of charming and hilarious scenes. A timeless tale of friendship, loyalty and love, Godspell has touched the hearts of countless theatergoers all over the world. Raise your spirit with Godspell's Tony-nominated score, featuring such chart-topping songs as "Day By Day," "Light of the World" and "Turn Back, O Man," at Woodbury's Sketch Club Players.

 

 

   
Italian American  
Players Club of Swarthmore Italian American
 
From the writer of Moonstruck and Doubt, the Players Club of Swarthmore presents Italian American Reconciliation. After divorcing his ill-tempered wife, Huey Bonfigliano attempts to busy himself with the arts. But no matter how evil she may have been, bad poetry and a new girlfriend cannot help him take his mind off of his ex. Against the advice of his best friend, Huey sets out to win her back. Featuring a moonlit balcony scene straight out of Cyrano de Bergerac, John Patrick Shanley's play offers up a slice of New York Americana.

 

 

   
Jesus Christ Superstar  
Players Club of Swarthmore Jesus Christ Superstar
 
A pioneering rock opera that became a global phenomenon, Jesus Christ Superstar retells the last seven days in the life of the social and political rebel Jesus of Nazareth through the eyes of his betrayer, Judas Iscariot. Chart-topping songs from Andrew Lloyd Webber with lyrics by Tim Rice, such as "Everything's Alright," "I Don't Know How to Love Him" and the high-octane title number, highlight the struggles of Jesus' final days before his crucifixion. Don't miss this righteous and explosive rock musical -- filled with the unforgettable tunes of composer Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyricist Tim Rice -- on the stage of the Players Club of Swarthmore.

 

 

   
Little Shop of Horrors  
Players Club of Swarthmore Little Shop of Horrors
 
It's everyone's favorite boy-meets-girl, plant-eats-world love story, and it's coming to the Players Club of Swarthmore. Little Shop of Horrors takes you on a musical journey through the streets of Skid Row, to a struggling flower shop where a bloodthirsty plant from another world eagerly awaits its next victim. Full of delightfully demented humor, this long-running off-Broadway musical comedy is based on Roger Corman's B-movie and was later turned into a Broadway show and an Academy Award-nominated film starring Rick Moranis and Steve Martin. Now you can enjoy a night of bloody good fun at this show with a pop-rock score by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman, featuring songs like "Skid Row," "Somewhere That's Green," "Feed Me" and "Suddenly, Seymour." Get ready to eat up this fun musical ... if it doesn't devour you first.

 

 

   
The Member of the Wedding  
Players Club of Swarthmore The Member of the Wedding
 
Winner of the New York Drama Critic's Circle Award, The Member of the Wedding is a touching, evocative play by Carson McCullers. It's the story of Frankie, a lonely 12-year-old girl who tries to find purpose and acceptance in the wake of her fears as her older brother prepares to leave home to marry. This moving coming-of-age tale masterfully explores issues of identity and race relations through the yearnings of a young girl who simply longs to become a "we of me." Experience this timeless classic at Players Club of Swarthmore.

 

 

   
Other Desert Cities  
Players Club of Swarthmore Other Desert Cities
 
In this Broadway hit and Pulitzer Prize nominee, Brooke Wyeth returns home after a long absence to visit her well-connected, conservative parents in Palm Springs. In a dramatic shift, Brooke announces that she is about to publish a memoir dredging up a pivotal and tragic event in the family's history -- a wound they don't want reopened. Brooke draws a line in the desert sand and dares them all to cross it. See why The New York Times said "All family reunions should be this satisfying" when Jon Robin Baitz's Other Desert Cities comes to Players Club of Swarthmore.

 

 

   
Quartet  
Bristol Riverside Theatre Quartet
 
Meet Cecily, Reggie and Wilf, who all live in an opera retirement home that puts on a yearly concert for Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi. At this year's show, it's up to them to make sure opera legend Jean Horton performs -- and it's been 20 years since she's taken the mic. Think they can pull it off? Watch two friends and Horton's ex-husband stand up to the challenge in this funny and poignant play about growing old at the Bristol Riverside Theatre.

 

 

   
Seussical the Musical  
Venice Island Performing Arts Center Seussical the Musical
 
In Seussical the Musical, cats wear hats and audiences wear smiles -- both two sizes too large. It's almost impossible not to grin when this all-ages musical adaptation of Dr. Seuss' stories plunges you into the whimsical world of Cat in the Hat, Horton Hears a Who! and many more classics. The Cat in the Hat links the stories of a young girl who is a "thinker of strange and wonderful thinks," and Horton the Elephant, who's out to prove that "a person's a person, no matter how small." Seussical's cast of favorite characters, including the Whos of Whoville, Horton and the Cat himself, brings a sense of wonder and fun to this colorful family fave at the Venice Island Performing Arts Center in Philadelphia.

 

 

   
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee  
Bristol Riverside Theatre The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
 
The high-stakes world of middle-school spelling competitions takes center stage, as does a plethora of pubescent angst and awkwardness, in this hit musical comedy about six overachieving would-be wordsmiths and their neurotic parents. The hilariously catchy songs capture teenage troubles at their worst, from "Woe Is Me" to "My Unfortunate Erection (Chip's Lament)," and the hard-fought contest teaches the valuable lesson that winning isn't the only definition of success. The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee was nominated for Best Musical and five other Tonys in its original run, winning for Best Book. Find out why when this fun-filled production hits the Bristol Riverside Theatre.