This Week In Philadelphia Theatre
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Love Lessons From Abu Ghraid, a one woman show that opens at Interact this week, looks pretty compelling.
- Love Lessons From Abu Ghraib - Healing. Jan. 29 – Feb. 13. Tickets
- Uncle Vanya - Dysfunctional family? Jan. 28 – Feb. 13. Tickets
- The Fall of Troy: Troilus and Cressida and The Trojan Women - Euripides collides with Shakespeare. Feb. 3 – 20. Tickets
- Waiting for Lefty - Will he ever arrive? Feb. 4 – 20. Tickets
- Heeere's Tony! - There he is. Feb. 2 – 20. Tickets
- Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead - Charlie Brown, as a teenager. Jan 21 – 29. Tickets
- Hard Times -Anti-Utilitarianism. Jan. 21 – Feb. 5. Tickets
- A Few Good Men - You can't handle the truth. Jan. 21 – 30. Tickets
- Baby - The joys of parenthood. Jan. 21 – Feb. 5. Tickets
- The Glass Menagerie - Gentlemen callers. Jan 18 – Feb. 6. Tickets
- Lucy - The joys of parenting part 2. Jan. 19 – Feb. 6. Tickets
- Lidless - The effects of torture, years later. Jan. 21 – Feb. 13. Tickets
- Race - Mamet takes on race. Jan. 21 – Feb. 13. Tickets
- Sojourner - Coming-of-age tale. Jan. 20 – Feb. 6. Tickets
- The Little Prince - The magic of childhood. Jan. 25 – Feb. 13. Tickets
- A New Brain - Creativity in the face of illness. Jan. 13 – 23. Tickets
- An Empty Plate in the Cafe de Grand Boeuf - What's a fancy meal if you don't have love? Jan. 14 – 30. Tickets
- A Skull In Connemara - Skulls and bones. Jan. 13 – Feb. 6. Tickets
- Crazy for You - I got rhythm. Jan. 14 – Feb. 6. Tickets
- Kidnapped - Adventure on the high seas. Jan. 13 – Feb. 6 Tickets
- Hairspray - You can't stop the beat. Jan. 6 – Feb. 5. Tickets
- Independent Voices Festival - 11 Companies present work in Norristown, PA. Jan 6 – 30. Tickets
- Moon for the Misbegotten - Oh, O'Neill. Jan 6 – Feb. 27. Tickets
- The Understudy - Hilarity in rehearsal. Dec. 29 – Jan. 30. Tickets
- The Borrowers - They're tiny! Dec. 1 – Jan. 30. Tickets
- ComedySportz - Its name says it all. Open-ended run. Tickets
- The N Crowd - Philly style improv. Open-ended run. Tickets
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