Stagecrafters Theater

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All the Holiday Favorites (and then some)

This year, all the beloved holiday classics are coming to Chestnut Hill with Casabuena Cultural Productions’ Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some).

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THE LATE CHRISTOPHER BEAN (Stagecrafters): The richness of love

The Stagecrafters Theater presents its 533rd production with Sidney Howard’s adaptation of THE LATE CHRISTOPHER BEAN.

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OF MICE AND MEN (Stagecrafters): Tell me about the Great Depression

Based on the classic, insightful novel by John Steinbeck, the play delves into the hardship of two migrant workers during the Great Depression and a time when each man was for himself and there was little forgiveness.

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MAURITIUS (Stagecrafters): Stamp of suspense

Theresa Rebeck’s thriller with a philatelical twist leaves a stamp of suspense on an appreciative audience.

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Finding ASYLUM: New work launches at Stagecrafters

Based on the true story of a lesbian who fled Uganda to escape an honor killing by her father, ASYLUM traces a treacherous landscape where non-conformity is a matter of life and death.

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Come One Come All: Gathering of Northwest Philadelphia performing arts companies and artists on April 20

With Chestnut Hill’s Stagecrafters Theater, East Falls’ Old Academy Players, and Mount Airy’s Allens Lane Theater, there’s a surprising number of theaters in Northwest Philadelphia. Two of the newest companies,…

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THE GOLDEN COACH (Stagecrafters): Farcical wheels of fortune

In THE GOLDEN COACH, a comedy, author and director Yaga Brady takes the audience back to 1770 in Lima, Peru. We meet the Spanish Viceroy, Manuel de Amat y Junient…

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SOMETHING INTANGIBLE (Stagecrafters): Making Mickey Mouse

The golden age of Hollywood. Bruce Graham certainly knew how to choose a snazzy setting when he wrote SOMETHING INTANGIBLE,

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Still Devastating: RUINED at The Stagecrafters

The outskirts of Philadelphia are blessed with several high quality community theaters, and visits to them are a welcome treat for theatergoers accustomed to the cadence of center city professional productions. Located…