Theatre This Fall in Philly

As the leaves start to change colour to a vivid warm hue replacing the summer sun, autumn is upon us and that can mean but one thing, a brand new theatre season. So get ready for some thespian genius this fall courtesy of…

Angels in America, Part Two: Perestroika – Wilma Theatre, until October 21. Revisit 80s passion with a contemporary twist.

Love Story: The Musical – Walnut Street Theatre, until October 21. A modern day Romeo and Juliet.

Next to Normal – Arden Theatre, until November 4. An electric and emotional musical.

This is the Week that is: The Election Special – 1812 Productions, until November 4. Hilarious and changing nightly dependant on the current news.

A Slow Air – Inis Nua Theatre Company, October 2-21. Poignant, this show will linger with you.

The Assassination of Jesse James – EgoPo Classic Theatre, October 3-21. Women take on the infamous outlaw.

RFK – New City Stage Company, October 3-21. Just in time for the 2012 presidential election.

Gutenberg! The Musical! – Act II Playhouse, October 9-November 4. A two-man musical spoof.

The Runner Stumbles – Curio Theatre Company, October 11-November 10. Based on a true story.

Seventy Scene of Halloween – Luna Theatre Company, October 12-November 3. Sitcom meets supernatural.

Stars of David: Prominent Jews Talk About Being Jewish – Philadelphia Theatre Company, October 17-November 18. A world premiere look into the Jewish identity.

The Exit Interview – Interact Theatre Company, October 19-November 11. A riotous comedy.

Behind the Eye – Gas and Electric Arts, October 24-November 18. The life of Lee Miller.

Pookie Goes Grenading – Azuka Theatre Company, October 31-November 18. The epic journey of a 14 year-old girl and her friends.

The Liar – Lantern Theatre Company, November 1-25. The trials and tribulations of love.

The English Bride – Theatre Exile, November 8-December 2. A hunt for truth.


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