National Tour Of 1776 Broadway Revival Will Launch In Philadelphia

The Kimmel Cultural Campus and The Shubert Organization are proud to present the Philadelphia premiere of the limited Broadway revival tour of 1776, playing at the Forrest Theatre (1114 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA) February 14 – 26, 2023. Single tickets to this show of passion, debate, and roof-raising musical fireworks are now on sale in-person at the Forrest Theatre box office or on

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Walnut Street Theatre Celebrates Epic Love Stories With Its 214th Anniversary Season

Walnut Street Theatre, America’s Oldest Theatre and a National Historic Landmark, is excited to announce its 214th season of live entertainment, and its 40th season as a not-for-profit producing theatre company. The ‘Knockout’ line-up includes three stunning musicals, a hilarious comedy by Neil Simon, and an American masterpiece. As a self-producing regional theatre, the Walnut is the most popular theatre company in Philadelphia.

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Kimmel Cultural Campus Announces 2022-23 Broadway Series

The Kimmel Cultural Campus announced its 2022-2023 Broadway series of shows, and it’s a stellar lineup. Personally, I can’t wait to see Tina when it comes to town because I’ve heard it’s excellent. Read on for all the details about the Broadway shows coming to Philly.

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Review: Pretty Woman The Musical

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Now through January 16, Pretty Woman: The Musical is playing at Philadelphia’s Academy of Music. Last night I attended the show, after having recently watched the movie for the first time ever and loving it! Did the musical also blow me away? Read on for my thoughts.

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Review: Anastasia

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Last night, I attended my first musical since seeing Hello, Dolly! in February 2020. I saw Anastasia at the Merriam Theater, here in Philadelphia. Running from November 23 through November 28, this Broadway hit musical is based on the 1997 film of the same name, which is based on a 1956 movie, also of the same name. So, you could say that this is a story that’s been told for 65 years and still going strong. Read on for my thoughts on Anastasia and whether or not you should buy a ticket.

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Patti LuPone: Don’t Monkey with Broadway

Patti LuPone brought her one-woman show, “Don’t Monkey With Broadway,” to Verizon Hall in Philadelphia on June 9 and it was phenomenal. The two-time Tony Award winner performed classic Broadway show tunes by Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart, Jule Styne, Stephen Schwartz, Charles Strouse, Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim, Cole Porter, and Irving Berlin. She also told stories in between songs about how her life-long love affair with Broadway began and her concern for what the Great White Way is becoming today.

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