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Arden Theatre Company Presents Sunday in the Park with George

The Arden Theatre’s love of presenting Stephen Sondheim has manifested itself once again.

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Shakespeare in Philadelphia: The Arden’s Romeo and Juliet Introduces a Season of the Bard

Four hundred years after his death, William Shakespeare remains the world’s most produced playwright. For evidence of his enduring popularity look no further than the region’s stages: there are at least five productions of the Bard’s plays in the Philadelphia area this weekend alone and more than a dozen more being staged in the next few months.

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Conor McPherson’s The Weir: Subtlety and the Supernatural at the Curio Theatre

Irish playwright Conor McPherson has been called the “finest dramatist of his generation” (London Telegraph) with works that are “as near to perfection as a play can come” (New York Times).

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Grief Up Close and Unsurprising: Rabbit Hole at the Arden Theatre

What I love about live theatre, in comparison to its polished progeny the cinema, is its immediacy. David Lindsay-Abraire’s Rabbit Hole, now on stage at the Arden Theatre, visits a suburban couple, Becca (Grace Gonglewski) and Howie (Brian Russell), eight months after the loss of their four-year-old child Danny. It is sad to lose a child.

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