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The Wilma is one of the more recently constructed theaters in Philadelphia. So it is both reasonably comfortable and has good sight lines and acoustics. Both a theater troupe and a dance company (BalletX) make their home there. Just recently, a café (“Good Karma”) has...More
Last night my wife and I saw Passing Strange at this theater which has recently reopened after renovations. This musical play was not previously known to us, but we know that the Wilma is known for excellent productions...and it did not disappoint. The play was...More
The Wilma Theater provides the best avant guarde drama in Philadelphia. The theater is constructed so that the audience is close to the stage in almost every seat. But that also presents a problem since getting to your seats is sometimes difficult; you must slide...More
It is our third year of subscription and we cannot say we were ever disappointed with any of their creations. The theater is in the heart of Philly's arts district. The parking is easy. You can present your ticket in the place next door and...More
Great theatre that doesn't kill your wallet. Tickets $25 and $10 (students with ID). Comfortable, easy to book, easy to get to. Production we saw not my taste, but companion liked it. Would look for other venues here in a heartbeat.
The Wilma Theater produces several plays a season, mostly new plays by current playwrights, but sometimes a surprise, such as a Greek classic surprisingly staged or a Shakespeare play newly conceived. In virtually all their productions they deal with the tough questions of life --...More
While staying at the Doubletree hotel next door, I decided to see a show on the spur of the moment. The Wilma theater was open with a new show so I decided to check out the venue. The show itself was $25 and the seats...More