Camille | Theatre Philadelphia

Camille

Among the glitz and glamor of 1800s Paris, Armand falls in love with a courtesan, even as the threat of deadly disease hangs over France like a ticking time bomb. Experience the passion, sacrifice, and raw emotion that inspired La Traviata and Moulin Rouge. Matilda Heron, the actress who renamed the title character for her 19th century American tour, translated this rarely produced version of La Dame aux Camélias. The quintessential test of true love in the face of an unforgiving society, Alexandre Dumas fils’ Camille lives on.

Additional Details:

Proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test from the past 72 hours is required to attend indoor performances. Masks must be worn at all times inside the theatre.

Wheelchair accessible seating is available, call (215) 987-4450 to reserve.

Written By

Alexandre Dumas fils

Translated by

Matilda Heron

Directed By

Steven Anthony Wright

Estimated Run Time

2 hours, 30 minutes including intermission
Closing Soon
May 26 - Jul 2, 2022
Buy Tickets
$10-$59

Box Office

215.987.4450

Venue

The Sedgwick Theater
7137 Germantown Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19119
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