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Award-winning drama by Dominique Morisseau set against the backdrop of 1960s social unrest.
Two African-American siblings running an after hours "night spot"in their basement unexpectedly find themselves at the epicenter of violent street disorders which put them at risk and forced to make the right moral choices.
Five-time Barrymore Award winner Mary Martello comes to the Arden stage as the indomitable Mama Rose. Set in the fading days of the vaudeville circuit, the musical features a legendary score that includes "Let Me Entertain You," "Together, Wherever We Go," and "Everything's Coming Up Roses." One of Philadelphia's greatest actresses takes on Mama Rose – this promises to be a not-to-be-missed event!
Winner of over 20 Best Play awards in 2016, including the Tony Award!
After a restless night, Erik Blake has brought his family from Pennsylvania to celebrate Thanksgiving at his daughter's new apartment in Lower Manhattan. As darkness falls outside the crumbling pre-war duplex, mysterious things go bump in the night, and family tensions reach a boiling point. The angst, anguish, and amity of the American middle class are first coaxed — then shoved — into the light in this sidesplitting, hopeful, and heartbreaking play.
Theater With a View, Pottstown's professional site-specific theater company, returns this July with a brand-new production of David Linday-Abaire's award-winning drama Rabbit Hole. The production will be staged entirely outdoors at the Sycamore Hill estate. This Pulitzer-Prize winning drama, which premiered on Broadway in 2006 and was later adapted into a 2010 film starring Nicole Kidman, centers on a seemingly picture-perfect suburban family, Becca and Howie Corbett, and how they deal with the sudden and tragic loss of their young son in a freak accident. A play about a family on the brink of falling apart while trying to navigate unimaginable grief, Rabbit Hole charts a bittersweet search for comfort in the darkest of places.