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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.
Stomp is explosive, inventive, provocative, witty, and utterly unique-an unforgettable experience for audiences of all ages. The international percussion sensation has garnered armfuls of awards and rave reviews and has appeared on numerous national television shows. The eight-member troupe uses everything but conventional percussion instruments - matchboxes, wooden poles, brooms, garbage cans, Zippo lighters, hubcaps - to fill the stage with magnificent rhythms. Year after year, audiences worldwide keep coming back for more of this pulse-pounding electrifying show. As the Boston Globe says, "If you haven't seen Stomp, GO! If you have seen it, take someone and share the pleasure!" See what all the noise is about.
Make our hilarious, irreverent, rollicking panto your new holiday tradition! When young Aladdin and his animal pals find a mysterious lamp, the adventure begins. Cheer our heroes as they rescue Princess Mai Tai, fly a magic carpet, and plot with the beloved Dame, Widow Twankey, to save their village of Paolistein from the clutches of the evil villain Fu. This high-energy, musical romp "beats a sugar rush any day" (The Philadelphia Inquirer).
The first animated film ever nominated for an Oscar, Disney's magic fairy dust has since turned Beauty and the Beast into a Tony-nominated musical that ran on Broadway for 13 years and then back into a live-action hit at the box office in 2017. And every version works, thanks to its engaging romance, time-tested storytelling, sly humor and in the case of this stage version, its amazing score. And now Gaston, Belle, Lumiere and the gang are coming to brighten your holiday season at the Media Theatre with classic tunes like "Be Our Guest," "A Change in Me" and more.
You're cordially invited as the Brooklyn-based Calamari "sisters" Delphine and Carmela host a hilarious faux broadcast of their public-access cable cooking show in Philadelphia. They'll be blending outrageous musical numbers, spicy anecdotes and a dash of audience participation into a delectable comic stew. While they whip up their authentic Italian recipes live on stage, the Calamaris sing, dance and bicker their way into your hearts -- and stomachs -- with their own outrageous renditions of beloved tunes like ""Volare," "Come On-A My House," "Botch-A-Me," "Que Sera Sera," "Mambo Italiano" and more. Don't be surprised if they get a bit naughty when they update their treasured family recipes with saucy secrets and stories that will leave you rolling in the aisles at Penn's Landing Playhouse.
There's a reason that the original off-Broadway production of The Fantasticks ran an astonishing 42 years -- it's pretty much got it all, from romance, comedy and action to heartbreak and drama, not to mention a great score. It also somehow manages to remain ever current. In fact, part of the plot revolves around a much-discussed wall, which keeps young lovers Matt and Luisa apart -- until their scheming dads get involved. Featuring the beloved songs "Try to Remember," "They Were You" and "Soon It's Gonna Rain," this new staging of the always entertaining show at The Eagle Theatre in Hammonton will no doubt capture all the moonlight and magic that makes it an enduring classic.
Celebrate the season with the return of the angelic doo-wop quartet at the heart of the musical revue Forever Plaid, as they return to earth once more to harmonize on songs from the 1930s, '40s and '50s in their own hilarious tribute to classic Christmas spectaculars. Dubbed a "holiday delight" by the Los Angeles Times, Plaid Tidings is a seasonal treat that's truly heaven-sent. Catch this warm and merry show at Souderton's Montgomery Theater.
To borrow a phrase from the great Perry Como, there's no place like Home for the Holidays. When it comes to good tidings and cheer, no other place in Woodbury can compare to Sketch Club Players during their annual holiday cabaret. It's got everything you need to get into the spirit of the season. Classic holiday songs, lots of dancing, comedy and a sprinkling of surprises make this night of holly jolly fun one of the best gifts of the year.
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.
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.
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.
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.
In My Fair Lady, Henry Higgins, a celebrated professor of phonetics, makes a bet that he can pass off a lower-class flower girl from Covent Garden as a duchess at the Embassy Ball. By dressing her in expensive clothing, improving her manners and teaching her how to speak correctly, Higgins transforms Eliza Doolittle into a lady. But it isn't long before Higgins becomes enamored with his creation, now the most eligible lady in London. Adapted from George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion, My Fair Lady explores who owns the English language, what remains of the 20th century's rigid class system and what defines independence for a modern woman. Enjoy this Quintessence Theatre Group production at Philadelphia's Sedgwick Theater.
This new musical, from the producers and co-creators of Altar Boyz, is everything you never learned in history class. The year is 1620, and the Native Americans are enjoying a gluten-free, low carb, artisanally happy life when they are invaded by the nation's first immigrants -- pilgrims. There goes the neighborhood, but in the tradition of all musical comedies, love wins! "At its core, this musical comedy is about looking at this global melting pot that we live in and how we can learn from each other's differences and embrace each other," says director Stafford Arima. See the world premiere of The New World, Bucks County Playhouse's first homegrown musical, in New Hope.
Join the boy who never wants to grow up, Peter Pan, along with his pals the Lost Boys and the mischievous fairy sidekick Tinkerbell as they embark on the adventure of a lifetime and try to save the three Darling children -- Wendy, John and Michael -- from the menacing pirate Captain Hook. All it takes is a sprinkling of pixie dust to begin their magical journey across the stars. This beloved family classic includes unforgettable songs like "I Gotta Crow," "I Won't Grow Up," "I'm Flying" and "Neverland," which are sure to awaken your inner child. Fly away with the gang at Arden Theatre Company in Philadelphia.