Philly Theatre Week 2023

Philly Theatre Week 2023

Philly Theatre Week 2023 will feature over 100 performances and events spread across 11 days, with every ticket being pay-what-you-can. 

From March 23 to April 2, 2023, get ready for over 100 theatrical performances and events across the Greater Philadelphia area for Philly Theatre Week. This 11-day celebration will honor the region’s talented theatre companies, organizations, artists, and audiences that have made this area one of the liveliest in America. With 50 unique offerings from 41 different groups and individuals, you’ll be able to explore something new or revisit an old favorite like never before. 

The various creative outlets taking part in this festival are a mix of professional theatres, educational institutions, and self-producing artists from Center City, the suburbs, Chester County, Wilmington, and South Jersey to the Main Line.

Philly Theatre Week 2023

All performances for this year are available on a pay-what-you-can basis – allowing each ticket buyer to select the amount they can afford or what they believe is fair value. Tickets may be obtained from the official website

A complimentary preview of Philly Theatre Week with incredible performance is scheduled at the Hamilton Garden at Kimmel Cultural Campus on Monday, March 20th starting at 6:00 pm. Audiences will be treated to a variety of scenes and songs as well as interactive performances from BEEHIVE presented by The Road Company Theater Group; Run Boy Run Productions’s Improvabilitee sketch comedy experience, InterAct Theatre Company’s pay no worship, Katherine Perry’s SEX TALK selection, scenes from Theatre Unspeakeable’s American Revolution: The Show and more. Registration is required. 

Philly Theatre Week 2023

“Philly Theatre Week is always such an exciting time of the year for theatre-goers. From comedies to musicals, and traditional productions to a site specific show about beds that is performed IN a bed, there really is something for everyone. Theatre Philadelphia has moved to a pay what you can model for this year’s Theatre Week in order to ensure access for all to the performances. It’s a great opportunity for someone to try theater for the first time, or to try a new company or type of show.” – Theatre Philadelphia Executive Director LaNeshe Miller-White.

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