Penn’s Landing Playhouse
The Penn's Landing Playhouse, located inside The Independence Seaport Museum on the Waterfront in Philadelphia, plans to bring many off-Broadway and intimate Broadway shows to the theater, as well as exciting original works.
About Penn’s Landing Playhouse
"Lifelong Philadelphia resident and co-producing partners Philip Roger Roy (former owner of Grendel's Lair Cabaret Theater and the New Market Cabaret Theater in Philadelphia) and Dana Matthow (former owner of New York's Soho Playhouse) are delighted to help to fulfill the promise of a great city's waterfront, with a new addition to our performing arts community. We are delighted to be working with John Brady, the President and Chief Executive Officer of The Independence Seaport Museum, who, along with his supportive staff, is making their long established "nautical oasis" a home for theater as well. We are thrilled to be creating new cultural opportunities in Philadelphia at this wonderful, beautiful venue with its convenient parking and access to great local resources. We have been producing shows for over 40 years in Philadelphia, New York, and more than 35 cities in the United States and Canada."
Philadelphia , PA 19106View on Google Maps
Transportation & Parking
Discounted Parking $10 is available at Delaware River Waterfront Corporation Outdoor Lot next to the Museum (North of Museum). You must enter the parking lot at the 211 S. Columbus Blvd. entrance (where Walnut Street crosses Columbus Blvd.) Attendant will be there 2 hours prior to show time. Cash only. (Only for theater patrons and subject to availability) There are several parking lots in the vicinity of the theater. When a lot of major events are scheduled throughout the city, parking may be more challenging so PLP encourages you to schedule your visit and arrive with sufficient time available to find a parking space.