This immersive theater installation, created by Scottish innovators Vox Motus, puts audience members in personal booths, adorned with headphones, to follow two orphaned children traveling across Europe in search of freedom and safety. Be warned, this is not a "live show," but a solo experience that plunges viewers into a story of hope and survival.
Director Timothy Douglas brings Natasha Gordon’s play about the traditional Jamaican Nine Night—the days-long celebration of mourners after a family loses its matriarch. (Originally scheduled to open on Jan. 5, the play has been postponed to Jan. 13 due to COVID.)
Written by Rinne B. Groff and directed by Johanna Gruenhut, this play follows Sid Silver—a man fascinated to the point of obsession with Anne Frank and her diary. In his efforts to publish the diary and get the rights to make it into a play, Silver's "idealism turns to fanaticism." A semi-fictional story about a […]
A story, written by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks, on four 30-something longtime friends and lovers who must face the reality that they are not living in post-racial world.
Over nearly two decades, Daphne has run a beloved dive bar in Philly where a group of misfits have grown into a chosen family.
Adapted from Rosario Ferré’s novel, one woman fights to find her voice amid Puerto Rico’s socioeconomic and racial struggles as well as the struggles within her marriage.
A play for kids 1 through 5 that revisits The Red Balloon with physical comedy and beautiful imagery.
Get the kids ready for director Tony Thomas' new take on an old classic. The play opens with computer games designer, G.Petto, realizing his star character—P.Nokio—can live outside the screen. But as P learns to become a "real boy," he'll have to face con artists who threaten his dad.
Round House Theatre’s Teen Performance Company brings you a look inside the lives of several teen social media influencers living a life of TikTok stardom in “Vibe Villa,” where they live, work, and play.
Award-winning director Bartlett Sher puts a new spin on Joseph Stein, Jerry Bock, and Sheldon Harnick's theatrical classic.
A celebration of Jonathan Larson’s Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning rock opera, Rent. For those who don't know, the musical details the lives of a group of friends and artist struggling amid the AIDS epidemic, the rising cost of housing, and the fear of selling out. They're saying this tour is your last chance to […]
Brought to you by Round House Theatre, comes an annual event celebrating new creators and new work by some of the country’s leading playwrights. There will be two fully staged world premieres—it’s not a trip it’s a journey and We declare you a terrorist…, part of the theatre's season—as well as readings of in development plays. Festival […]