Spring is here and we have news!

Firstly, thank you to everyone who came to a show at PTC - and even to those of you who thought real hard about it but didn’t quite make it. We know you’re busy.  We know you’ll come next year. And we hope we’ve made it impossible to resist.

Because...we have some major news about our upcoming 45th Anniversary Season. We are thrilled to announce that multiple Tony and Emmy Award-winner Bebe Neuwirth will star in Obie-winner Adam Bock’s play A Small Fire. Whether you remember her from “Cheers” or “Frasier,” caught her recently in “Madame Secretary” or "Blue Bloods," or you had the good fortune to see her on Broadway in one of her many starring roles (Chicago, Damn Yankees, Fosse) you know Philadelphia is in for a treat as Bebe returns to the stage in her first dramatic role since 2012.

The next two plays are by exciting young writers who have crashed upon the scene with fresh, award-winning plays. Chelsea Marcantel’s Everything is Wonderful was a Kilroys List honorable mention two years in a row.  The play reveals a fascinating world of protection, forgiveness, and submission inside the Amish belief system.

Sarah DeLappe’s 2017 Pulitzer Finalist The Wolves took New York by storm and gives us a fantastic opportunity to showcase some fine young talent. The Wolves, from the 2017 Kilroys List, is about a girls’ soccer team intensely preparing for competition, and how their personalities intersect with friendship, ambition, and rivalry, as they deal with season-ending injuries, petty jealousies, and life-changing transformation.

Once again, PTC subscribers will get the best deal ever - call the box office at 215-985-0420 to subscribe for our 45th Anniversary Season and receive 40% off full price.  Exchanges are free and you pay NO fees. Go to our website to buy your subscription now!


PS - A Small Fire was featured in PTC’s first See & Be Scene in 2017. (You liked it, and we remembered.)  Look for this year’s See & Be Scene announcement in our season brochure.