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Get $15 Tickets To These Shows During Philly Theatre Week

January 15, 2019 by Diane Cardoso
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Philly Theatre Week is Feb. 7-17 this year and tickets are now available from $15 and $35. If you’re on a tight budget after the holidays, we picked our top ten shows that you can see for $15 — but don’t stop here! We have over 40 participating shows that you can snag $15 tickets to so take a look at the full list here.

Mamma Mia

“Mamma Mia” is the high-energy jukebox musical featuring the timeless songs of ABBA. Take a journey of love, laughter, and friendship when you see this classic hit at the Grand Theatre.

Murder Manor: The Golden Girls Edition

“Murder Manor: The Golden Girls Edition” is an improvised murder mystery that never ends the same way twice, except with a lot of laughs. Get ready for mystery, murder, and cheesecake recipes at CSZ Philadelphia.

Awake and Sing!

Quintessence Theatre presents this classic by Anton Chekhov. You will be moved by this play that captures both the dreams and the struggles of an American family.

Julius Caesar

The Media Theatre presents Shakespeare’s political thriller that tells the story of the conspiracy against Caesar, his assassination, and the defeat of his conspirators.

Detroit ’67

“Detroit ’67” is a powerful play that unfolds an explosive moment in history: the race riots that ravaged the city of Detroit in 1967. See it at The Kline Theater.

Not Yet Rated: An Improvised Rom-com

Using the classic tropes of romantic comedies, the cast at Philly Improv Theaer will create a completely improvised unlikely love story based on your suggestion of a title.

The Bridges of Madison County

Philadelphia Theatre Company presents this musical about a forbidden love affair between a photographer and an Italian housewife, based on Robert James Waller’s 1992 novel.

Hype Man

Hip-hop and theater combine forces in this play that asks the questions: What does it mean to be an ally, and who has the responsibility to speak up in the face of social injustice? See it The Drake.

Fabulation, or the Re-eduction of Undine

Written by two-time Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Nottage, “Fabulation” at the Randall Theater explores what happens when a successful African-American publicist must return to her roots and reexamine her life.

Ragtime

Prepare to be swept away by Eagle Theatre’s reinvented production of this boundless classic musical about the American dream.

Want to explore more shows for only $15? Take a look at the full list here.