The Society Hill Playhouse located on Society Hill (surprise!) has been an institution in the city since 1959. It is the ... More
Society Hill Playhouse
The Society Hill Playhouse located on Society Hill (surprise!) has been an institution in the city since 1959. It is the city's first professional theatre house to bring world-class plays from different parts of America, as well as Canada and Europe. It has also produced hundreds of plays, such as Brecht and Weill's 'Threepenny Opera' in 1962 to Jean Genet's 'The Blacks' in 1965. Others include Brian Friel's 'Volunteers in 1978' and 'Freedom of the City' in 1979. Housed within the historic David Garrick Hall, the Playhouse boasts of two stages—the Main Stage and the Cabaret Theatre, which seats 90.
First, the theatre is on the second floor so it is hard for elderly people. This is an older theatre in need of cometics but otherwise the play Meopause made up for the cosmetics. The actors were good enough to be on Broadway.
I had seen do Black Patent Shoes Really Reflect Up there a few years ago - also a blast. Well worth going to their plays.
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