Theater & Shows in Willingboro

"Defending The Caveman" at Penn's Landing Playhouse on August 28–September 27 (Up to 46% Off)

"Defending the Caveman"

Penn's Landing Playhouse

$65 $35

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Rob Becker's acclaimed one-man show, seen in 45-plus countries by more than 10 million people worldwide, sends up the battle of the sexes

Women of Faith: From Survival to Revival on Friday, September 5, and Saturday, September 6 (Up to 30% Off)

Women of Faith: From Survival to Revival

Wells Fargo Center

$99 $69

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A Bible-focused weekend of inspiration and entertainment, including music, speakers from churches around the world, and comedy

Steve Shaffer plus Isaacs & Baker at Valley Forge Casino Resort on Friday, September 5, at 8 p.m. (Up to 50% Off)

Valley Forge Casino: Double Headliner show w/ Steve Shaffer plus Isaac & Baker

Valley Forge Casino Resort

$30 $15

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Veteran club comic garners guffaws with silly observations; short-form improv duo invites audience members onstage to help with their act

"A Chorus Line" at Surflight Theater, August 30–September 11 (Up to 47% Off)

"A Chorus Line"

Surflight Theatre

$45 $24

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Seventeen dancers audition for eight chorus-line spots in the beloved backstage musical known for songs including "One (Singular Sensation)"

MOMIX "Dreamcatcher" at State Theatre on September 18 at 8 p.m. (Up to 67% Off)

Momix

State Theatre

$45 $15

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High-concept dance performance from the mind of choreographer Moses Pendleton weaves athleticism and grace with surreal props

"An Evening With Groucho" at Levoy Theatre on Friday, September 19, at 7:30 p.m. (Up to 39% Off)

"An Evening With Groucho"

Levoy Theatre

$33 $20

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Groucho Marx impersonator hand-picked by Marx's son delights audiences with a pitch-perfect recreation of the comedian's stage show

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Since opening in 1975, Candlelight Dance Club has chased a single, unwavering mission: to curate an appreciation for ballroom dance while teaching its many styles. Six instructors stand ready to lead dancers through training to conquer foxtrot, swing, tango, waltz, and rumba steps. By offering both private and group lessons, Candlelight combines one-on-one attention from an instructor with group sessions that provide more camaraderie than a firefighting team moonlighting as a cheerleading squad. A bright, wood-floored studio hosts classes as well as the club’s weekly dance parties, which allow participants to try out learned moves in real time before debuting them in public. Many dance enthusiasts note a handful of dance-inspired benefits as their confidence shines, stress fizzles, and cardio endurance boosts.

1650 Kings Hwy N
Cherry Hill,
NJ
US

At two locations, Top Hat Dance Studio's passionate team of nationally certified teachers inspires dancers of all skill levels to shuffle off to Buffalo while hustling, salsaing, and waltzing across the dance floor. During group lessons, skilled instructors teach guests to untangle left feet while performing intricate, stylized choreography in the Lancaster location's two-step, ballet, and West Coast swing classes or the Philadelphia location's salsa, bachata, and advanced-level chicken-dance classes. Fledgling fleetfooters can supplement group sessions with private lessons, during which feet will learn to tap out Morse-code messages to a far-away dance partner while sharpening skills with one-on-one instruction. In addition to these dance classes, instructors also specialize in preparing engaged couples for their first dance and offer a number of specially designed youth programs.

10771 Bustleton Ave
Philadelphia,
PA
US

Theatre Exile is a local nonprofit theater company dedicated to enhancing the cultural experience of all Philadelphians. We produce risky and challenging plays, promote freedom of expression, and constantly strive to reach new audiences. We also provide a safe & creative environment for local artists to grow and experiment.

1340 S 13th St
Philadelphia,
PA
US

Signature service: Boni Wolf

Established: 1983

Reservations/Appointments: Optional

Staff Size: 2?10 people

Q&A with Boni Wolf, Director

Besides making clients happy, what do you like most about your job?

We help people follow their dreams in the entertainment world. Many of our students are out there doing commercials and TV shows like Law and Order, Boardwalk Empire, Nutella, Capitol One, Cartoon Network. PPL Electric and more. Over 25 kids were in student films this year the school set up.

How is your approach different than that of other professionals in your field?

We help clients to learn about the entertainment business and the right steps to take to have a career in acting. We help students with roles in local films and teach them the right way to audition for a role. We are working on the second season of our kids TV show and a new local teen radio show. Our students all have the opportunity to be in them.

Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?

If your kid wants to be an actor ... or is looking to build confidence and self esteem, better public speaking skills ... and learn how to interview for a job, then this is the right place.

257 N 3rd St
Philadelphia,
PA
US

The building that would eventually become Merriam Theater opened as the Sam S. Shubert Theater in 1918, honoring the famous, theater-owning Shubert family’s youngest member, who died tragically in a train accident a decade earlier. Following the fortunes of its fellow theaters, the Merriam's inaugural years saw success with toe-tapping Gershwin musicals and spine-tingling Shakespearean performances by John Barrymore. As vaudeville petered out and the country slid into a depression, the theater struggled to pay the bills through more tawdry means, hosting burlesque shows and letting patrons see the stage without its curtain. The University of Arts eventually bought the building in 1972, and restored the venue to its former glory as host to the country's finest performers.

250 S Broad St
Philadelphia,
PA
US

Just steps from South Street in Philadelphia, Society Hill Playhouse showcases some of the best and most fun theatrical productions in the city. Rather than focusing on high art or avant-garde performances, Society Hill Playhouse creates accessible productions for a wider non-theatergoing crowd. Popular shows like Lafferty's Wake, Nunsense, Schoolhouse Rock Live and Menopause: The Musical have been attracting audiences since the theater space opened in 1960. The building itself is its own spectacle, having been built over a century ago, and inside, the playhouse houses two performance spaces. Downstairs, the cabaret-style Red Room seats 99 guests, while the more traditional theater upstairs can accommodate 250. An on-site bar serves beverages during performances.

507 S 8th St
Philadelphia,
PA
US