PTC, as it’s known here, has been one of Philly’s most established companies, notable for bringing some of the best intimate plays of recent New York seasons (as well as mounting their own works, including significant premieres such as Terrence McNally’s Master Class). Their home, the Suzanne Roberts Theatre, is an ideally proportioned and unusually comfortable proscenium house. The 2017-2018 season brings a new regime, and likely an evolving mission. But even this gap year offers an interesting, out-of-the-box season, including Small Mouth Sounds, an off-Broadway cult hit, and the husky-voiced Kathleen Turner’s cabaret debut.
|Venue name:||Philadelphia Theatre Company|
Suzanne Roberts Theatre
480 S Broad St
|Cross street:||at Lombard St|
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