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Walnut Street Theatre

(Rachel York plays Anna and Mel Sagrado Maghuyop plays the king of Siam in the Walnut Street Theatre production of "The King and I."  Photo provided.  Credit: Mark Garvin)

Theatre Review: ”The King and I,” at Walnut Street Theatre

Brace yourselves, theatregoers — this one’s got a lot of energy.

11/18/2011

(Paul Schoeffler and Jennifer Hope Wills star in "Aspects of Love," at the Walnut Street Theatre.  Photo provided)

Theatre Review: ”Aspects of Love,” at The Walnut

There will be those who see “Aspects of Love” as overworked and sentimental. Still, the stagecraft is strong enough to please many audiences.

09/16/2011

Miss Saigon Ticket Giveaway Contest Rules

Walnut Street Theatre, Miss Saigon OFFICIAL RULES NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT OF ANY KIND IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN.  A PURCHASE OR PAYMENT WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCE OF WINNING. HOW TO ENTER These […]

06/03/2011

(Eric Kunze and Melinda Chua star in "Miss Saigon," now at the Walnt Street Theatre.  Photo by Mark Garvin, provided)

Theatre Review: ‘Miss Saigon,’ at Walnut St. Theatre

The Walnut Street Theatre is winding up its mainstage season with an elaborate production of “Miss Saigon,” one of the most praised musicals on record.

05/27/2011

(L-R: Danielle Herbert, Fran Prisco, Ellie Mooney, and Carl Clemons-Hopkins star in "My Way" at the Walnut Street Theatre.  Photo provided)

Theatre Review: ‘My Way’ Presents Frank Sinatra’s Music His Way

The heart of the show is the songs he made famous, with few references to his complex personality.

05/07/2011

(Susan Riley Stevens and William Zielinski comprise half the cast of "Speaking In Tongues" at the Walnut Street Theatre. Photo provided)

Theatre Review: ‘Speaking In Tongues,’ Upstairs At The Walnut

The Walnut Street Theatre’s smaller, upstairs “Independence Studio On Three” is offering a rather unique piece of stagecraft: four actors creating nine characters in a play titled “Speaking In Tongues.”

04/02/2011

(Bill Van Horn and Ben Dibble in "The Ugly One," at the Walnut Street Theatre.  Photo provided)

Theatre Review: “The Ugly One,” At The Walnut

If you’ve ever thought of facial surgery as a way to correct personal problems, you might enjoy this dark comedy at the Walnut Street Theatre’s small “Studio On 3.”

02/26/2011

(Rob McClure as Mozart in "Amadeus."  Photo provided)

Theatre Review: “Amadeus,” at Walnut St. Theatre

“Amadeus” has been a popular and long-running drama, then a movie, and currently occupies the main stage of the Walnut Street Theatre.

02/01/2011

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Theatre Review: “The Glass Menagerie” At The Walnut

Jillian Louis, the actress who plays the daughter in this production, is a standout.

01/25/2011

(L-R: David Smith, Frank Ferrante, and Jennie Eisenhower in "Caesar's Palace O' Fun."  Photo provided)

Theatre Review: Caesar’s Palace O’ Fun at The Walnut

The new production at the Walnut Street Theatre’s tiny “Studio on 3″ may not be everybody’s favorite, but it arrives with impressive talent performing in a wacky vehicle.

12/14/2010

White christmas dance

Theatre Review: “White Christmas” At The Walnut

It’s the songs of Irving Berlin that dominate.

11/19/2010

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A Guide To Broadway Theaters In Philadelphia

On stage, at any time of the year, you will find award winning musical theater and drama, world famous orchestra concerts, stunningly produced opera and ballet, museums which dazzle with their renowned collections, cutting edge, live comedy, plus arena and outdoor performance venues certain to suit all of your cultural tastes.

09/28/2010

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