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Join us for our 2005 - 2006 season of 2 plays, a musical, and several PlayShops!!

Our poker online first show of the season begins Nov. 19, 2005

Swimming in the Shallows
by Adam Bock
(award-winning phoenix windshield repair playwright, featured at the 29th annual Humana Festival of New American Plays at Actors Theatre of Louisville

Donna (Marie Howey) and Carla Carla (Aaryn Kopp)
photo credit: John Flak

The Shark (Chris X-Cel Glass Online Headshop Fluck) and Nick (Joseph Nevin
photo credit: John Flak

Our second show of the season

The Biggest Box of Crayons
by Nicholas Wardigo
(Philadelphia playwright and winner of the bankruptcy lawyer san diego 2004 Pew Fellowship for Literature and Scriptworks

Our third production - a workshop

50 West 50
book by Bill Felty, music by Greg Wilder, lyrics by Frumi Cohen
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Philadelphia Theatre Workshop presents Philadelphia premieres of high quality scripts that reflect Best IRA Accounts diverse, contemporary human stories. Our plays are chosen because they present characters, situations, and perspectives not seen on other area stages