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825 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107

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ADDITIONAL INFO

825 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107

Upcoming Highlights

  • And Then There Were None

    Opens Mar 10

  • Walnut Street Theatre: Fancy Nancy

    Opens Mar 28

  • Memphis - The Musical

    Opens May 12

  • Walnut Street Theatre: Schoolhouse Rock Jr.

    Opens May 30

  • I Love a Piano

    Opens Jun 14

And Then There Were None

March 10-April 26, 2015

Agatha Christie's ingenious And Then There Were None is one of the biggest selling novels of all time. The twisty plot follows ten individuals who are lured to a secluded island, and start dying one by one in ever more inventive fashions. Christie herself adapted the stage version, which has kept audiences across the globe guessing for more than sixty years. Will the murderer ever be discovered? And if so, how many of the original ten will be left?

Walnut Street Theatre: Fancy Nancy

March 28-29, 2015

When Nancy is picked to play the part of a tree in her first ballet, she's understandably a bit disappointed. With the help of her friends though, she discovers that there's a way to bring her unique style and pizazz to even this role...Adapted from the best-selling children's book series, this show encourages all of us to find our inner 'fanciness'.

Memphis - The Musical

May 12-July 12, 2015

The Walnut Street Theatre presents a not-to-be-missed local production of the Broadway hit musical, Memphis! Set in the 1950s, the story is inspired by the legendary DJ Dewey Phillips and the music that became known as "rock 'n' roll".

Walnut Street Theatre: Schoolhouse Rock Jr.

May 30-31, 2015

Based on the Emmy Award winning ABC series, Schoolhouse Rocks is a theater show for young audiences that tackles tricky subjects through incredibly catchy pop songs, including Three is the Magic Number and Conjunction Junction.

I Love a Piano

June 14-28, 2015

Created by Ray Roderick and Michael Berkeley, I Love a Piano is a loving tribute to the greatest songwriter America has ever produced - Irving Berlin. This modern musical follows the journey of a piano, as it passes through the lives of generations of Americans, with over 60 of Berlin's songs scoring its route, including There's No Business Like Show Business and Cheek to Cheek.

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