"Family Business Featuring NYTEShift" is a full block of improv, sketch, stand-up, and more from Philly's only all-POC comedy troupe.
"The Cock Painter" uses stand-up comedy, dream analysis and psychoanalysis to elaborate on human stench, sexuality and sadness.
An intimate film screening of the live performances of Our Stories.
This classic tragedy of indecision is the story of the most famous, and perhaps the greatest character of western drama.
"Secondary Succession" is a solo performance created and performed by Leah Stein, inspired by recovery and regeneration.
"The Team Up" features Philly's best improvisers teaming up to create never-before-seen shows every night.
Introduction to unarmed stage combat and theatrical swordplay.
Calling all daring theater artists and theater-lovers! Join PlayPenn Education and Directors Gathering for a special Theatre Week Bake-Off.
This staged reading of "Brilliant" embodies the range of emotions a family experiences as they realize that their beloved son is atypical.
InterAct Theatre Company presents a dark comedy on the male gaze that's inspired by a true story.
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Temple University presents "Art Meets Climate Change," readings of five short climate change plays.
Whoops, There Goes Reality: Eugène Ionesco’s Classic Absurdist Anti-Play Masterpiece Freshly Conceived!
Azuka Theatre presents a reading of "FAT HAM," a new play by James Ijames, as part of Azuka's New Pages public reading series.
Automatic Arts presents "HURT and other possibilities," three new short works of theater from Philadelphia playwright Josh McIlvain.
In this tale of New England witchery, "Abigail/1702" is ten years after the harrowing and tragic events of the Salem witch trials.
"Johnny Depp: a Retrospective" features rum, throwing things at random intervals, and "fabulous" prizes.
"Babel" is the story of a talking stork, lesbian moms, and the power to build your own baby.
The Philadelphia Orchestra and Chorus present Verdi's grand "Requiem" with a cast of soloists.
This story takes place in the ghost town of Osceola on the Nevada/Utah border.
Arden Theatre Company presents a beautiful new play about the impact and legacy of Harriet Tubman.
Amir Nizar Zuabi's "Grey Rock" is a humorous, fantastical play exploring how US culture has permeated and influenced Palestinian culture.
"Fool for Love" offers a searing portrait of the annihilation wreaked on others in the name of love.
"La Fábrica" is an incubator to develop new Latin work by a local Latin playwright.
An Amish couple exhibits an act of unfathomable forgiveness after their two sons are killed in a car accident in "Everything is Wonderful."
Curio Theatre Company members Trice Baldwin Browns and Aetna Gallagher star in this beautiful new work from Ireland.
Come to PHIT Wednesdays in February to check out veteran improv team Hoffman and the super fun No Diggity hosted by Tia!
"Blue Heaven Comedy Festival's Late Night Blocks" feature the latest generation of artists redefining what contemporary comedy looks like.
Charles Ross condenses the plots of the three films in one hilarious production!
"Valentine's Day 2020 with Tiny Dynamite" guarantees good times and big laughs, whether you’re single, coupled up, or it’s complicated!
"Designing Immersive Experiences: Breaking the Fourth Wall in Theater" is an interactive panel with Philly's very own immersive creators.
"The Bed Show" is a site-specific/site responsive, immersive/participatory talk show where participation is strongly encouraged!
"Whirlpool" is a new, queer two-hander by Jonathan Edmondson
"Riot in Rittenhouse" is sketch comedy about New Philadelphia—not what we were, but what we’re becoming.
Every Friday night since 2005, "The N Crowd" has taken your suggestions and played improv games with a rotating cast of hilarious performers
Party with the Bearded Ladies for a last local gig before they head out on their New Zealand tour!
The Wilma Theater presents a powerful new thriller about truth, lies, and the origins of Vladimir Putin's Power.
Join Theatre in the X for this community convening that will provide the basis for a show!
Philly Improv Theater brings you "Smitten," a Valentine's themed sketch comedy show.
"Ruth and Estelle's A Sequins of Fortunate Events" entertains and educates with bold storytelling, humor and heart.
Take an operatic romp through this slightly fractured fairy tale!
In "Khepera," The Ancestors are empowering the Daughters of Africa so that they may take their rightful place upon the throne.
Players Club of Swarthmore presents a powerhouse American rock musical that explores contemporary issues in society.
The actors improvise a show exploring life & relationships, inspired by your true stories of memorable moments in or around a bed!
The Philadelphia Dramatists Center presents an evening of world premiere plays.
"Forever Young" is an exciting new look at the greatest hits of all time.
"Meet Your Next Great Dramaturg" facilitates collaboration between dramaturgs and other theater artists in the Philadelphia-area.
Join Lightning Rod Special at "Big Bad Funtime Bash!" Support LRS's daring and provocative performance at our annual benefit cabaret!
A one-man re-telling of "The Nutcracker," starring Philadelphia's Chris Davis.
Esteemed Curtis piano faculty Jonathan Biss is soloist in this program of Beethoven, Sibelius, and Curtis alumna Gabriella Smith.
Lantern Theater Company presents David Hare's drama about a family trying to come together and the past secrets that may keep them apart.
Theatre artists from on and off the stage are invited to partake in improvisational body-based practices.
Join Philly Improv Theater for "Philly Song Jawn with Sean," Philly's only parody song showcase and competition.
See this Tony nominated play presented by People's Light.
Before "Good Will Hunting," before J-Lo, before the Oscar… meet "Matt & Ben."
Come to Plays & Players for this latest edition of "Your Sunday Best," an evening of variety comedy hosted by Chris Davis.
"The Artists’ Temple" takes a look at cults - what draws people in and what people are willing to do to achieve eternal greatness.
Experience an epic display of "endurance improv" supporting West Philadelphia Skills Initiative!
"Shakespeare In Love: Open Mic Poetry Night" is an opportunity to listen to or perform great works of romantic literature.
"BIENVENIDOS" is a bilingual theatrical production exploring the role of whiteness in the contemporary Cuban and Cuban-American experience.
Walnut Street Theatre presents this classic comedy of manners by the incomparable Oscar Wilde.
From the author of "Doubt" comes a romantic comedy set in rural Ireland.
Inis Nua Theatre Company presents a solo show from an exciting new voice in British theatre.
Grace for President is a fun introduction to the electoral system, and teaches the value of hard work, courage, and independent thought.
"Sex, Drugs, & Heartache" is two one-act plays, each dealing with the challenges of relationships and breakups.
A family-friendly eco-musical about clean energy, community, and kids with big ideas!
Walnut Street Theatre presents the acclaimed Broadway play about Thurgood Marshall, the first African American Supreme Court Justice.
Come hear musical theatre classics - sung with a twist - by classically-trained soprano duo "Too Legit to Quit."
A networking event for the community championing diversity in theater!
Forget everything you know about love and discover it all once again with "Not Yet Rated: An Improvised Rom-Com!"
"Thank You, Places" is a completely improvised musical performed at Philly Improv Theater every Saturday night!
"Under the Bonnet" is about Lucretia Mott, a tenacious woman who spent her life fighting for the rights of women and African Americans.
"Heat Wave," takes place both outside and inside, and the audience will be moving throughout.
"White Guy on the Bus" is a disturbing and crucial exploration of race from playwright Bruce Graham.
"Romeo and Juliet" are young adults searching for light in the darkness, only to be crushed by the violent world created by their parents.
"One Man Stranger Things" delightfully fuses all the elements from the Netflix sensation into one superb, upside-down experience.
Bristol Riverside Theatre presents a fresh interpretation of this Shakespeare classic.
Karl Marx is in the house, and he has some things he needs to get off his chest.
"How to Submit so Your Plays Get Produced" is a workshop designed for playwrights to help them succeed in getting their plays produced.
Randie Welles hosts "Human Nature," a storytelling show with a different, unique theme each performance.
Join Peter on top of the ladder to find the humor, the struggle and the complicated humanity of living with depression.
See the Philadelphia Premiere of "Rachel" at Quintessence Theatre Group.
Philly favorites Tony Braithwaite and Jennifer Childs take the stage for a new double act with original material.
One of PHIT’s longest running shows, "Study Hall" combines lessons and laughs in one hilarious hour never seen before.
Kelly McCaughan's "Catholic Guilt" has it all - sex, mortal sin, the hot body of Christ, cosmic bowling!