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Until Nov 28, 2021
Charlie Brown Christmas
Dec 4, 2021
Dec 11, 2021
Leslie Odom Jr.
Dec 18, 2021
Dec 28, 2021 - Jan 2, 2022
Until November 28, 2021
Take an incredible journey to the past as the critically acclaimed, Broadway production of Anastasia heads on tour. Born from the pens of Obie and Tony-winning playwright Terrence McNally and Tony-winning writing team Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens, who ruled the Great White Way with their smash hit Ragtime, the musical draws on the score of the beloved animated film and includes the memorable melodies of Once Upon A December and Journey To The Past.
December 4, 2021
Charlie and the gang are here to show you the true meaning of Christmas in this stage adaptation of the classic TV Special. Debuting in 2013, this theatrical production faithfully recreates the atmosphere of the comic strips, and features the jazzy score from the TV show as well a group of Christmas sing a-longs at the end.
December 11, 2021
Classical music meets hip-hop in the groundbreaking duo Black Violin and their Classical Boom Tour, an outing that blurs the lines between genre, race, and gender with its unique fusion of groove and strings. The outfit features Will Baptiste on viola and Kev Marcus on the violin.
December 18, 2021
The Broadway Concerts series welcomes special guest and award winnerLeslie Odom Jr. for a night of classics old and new from The Great White Way. After making his Broadway debut aged just 17 in Rent, the acclaimed star of stage and screen has gone on to feature in Smash, The Good Wife, Grey's Anatomy and originated the role of Aaron Burr in Hamilton, for which he scooped up the 2016 Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical!
December 28, 2021 - January 2, 2022
Inspiring the music-makers in all of us, Stomp conjures up intricate rhythms from everyday household items. Marvel as the cast of eight incredibly talented players fill your theater with an orchestra of percussion, with only garbage bin lids, hammers and broom sticks as their instruments.
Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, 250 South Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19102
The Theatre was built by the Shubert Organization in 1918, formerly known as the Sam S. Shubert Theatre, and continuously hosts touring Broadway shows. It is located within the Avenue of the Arts cultural district of Center City, Philadelphia. It was re-named the Merriam Theater, and in 1972 the theater came under the ownership of the Academy of Music, and is currently owned by the University of the Arts. It is also associated with the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts.
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