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Pre-Sale Opportunities during Philly Theatre Week

Mar 24, 2022

This year, Philly Theatre Week is about more than April 1-10th! Many Philly companies are offering pre-sale tickets at PTW prices, including but not limited to these productions:

The Cherry Orchard

The Wilma Theater
Friday, April 15th - 19th
What is it like to lose your home? The Cherry Orchard centers around a family grappling with the potential foreclosure of their estate, and a community in transition as the old makes way for the new. Volleyballs and sunflower seeds fly, while a giant mechanical train station flipboard tells the future … plus more surprises await in Krymov’s inventive re-interpretation.


Grand Theatre: Home of the Road Company
April 28th - May 14th


Set in Argentina between 1934-1952, this Tony-winning musical follows Eva Peron’s ambitious rise from poor illegitimate child to president’s wife to sainthood. Told through powerful iconic songs like “Don’t Cry for Me Argentina” and “Buenos Aires,” this classic is sure to have you on your feet!


Terminus By Gabriel Jason Dean - A Regional Premiere

South Camden Theatre Company, Inc.
Friday, April 22th - May 8th


Terminus tells the story of Eller, a white matriarch, and her mixed-race grandson, Jaybo. As Eller’s mind begins to fade with dementia, her violent past in the segregated South haunts her and Jaybo’s capacity to love his grandmother is put to the test.


Where We Belong

Philadelphia Theatre Company
April 15th - May 8th


In 2015, Mohegan theatre-maker Madeline Sayet travels to England and finds a country that refuses to acknowledge its ongoing role in colonialism. This intimate and exhilarating solo piece forces us to consider what it means to belong in an increasingly globalized world.


PlayPenn New Development Conference

PlayPenn, Inc.
July 3 - 24


PlayPenn’s Annual Conference includes workshops and readings of six plays, additional readings of up to three works-in-progress, forums for artists, and a symposium or special programming on new play development issues or current events. All public readings are free and open to the public!


Curse of the Starving Class

EgoPo Classic Theater
June 15-26th


Winner of the 1978 Obie for Best New American Play and the long-awaited return of EgoPo's 2020 final season play that was shut down days before opening, Curse of the Starving Class asks whether our family is our destiny or if we can alter our own futures.


For a full list of events, check out!