January 29, 2013
A Play, A Pie And A Pint Kicks Off A Third Season Of Adventurous Theater In A Casual Setting At Society Hill Playhouse, Beginning March 6
The title of the theatrical experience known as A Play, a Pie and a Pint, says it all.
The month-long program, which opens its third season, at Society Hill Playhouse on March 6, serves up a play, a slice of pizza pie, plus a pint of beer or other beverage of your choice, for just $15.
Presented by Tiny Dynamite Productions, the show goes on at 6:30 p.m. It’s a perfect time to unwind after work, and differs from more formal theater presentations, which usually begin later in the evening. That and the fact that each play takes up just one tidy hour is all part of Tiny Dynamite’s grand plan to encourage people who might not normally go to the theatre to stop by and enjoy a small part of Philadelphia’s amazing theatre experience.
The concept has proven hugely popular with sellout audiences being par for the course. Tickets are available now, click here to purchase.
Each week brings a new play and this season’s roster features several of the city’s most adventurous theater companies. Check out the season full schedule below.
A Play, a Pie and a Pint
When: March 6-28, various dates and times
Where: Society Hill Playhouse, 507 S. 8th Street
More info: www.tinydynamite.org
2013 A Play, A Pie And A Pint Schedule:
March 6, 7, 10: Too much of nothing by Mark O’Halloran & David Wilmot.
Presented by Inis Nua Theatre Company.
Two Dublin misfits ponder, life, language and the little book of calm.
March 12, 13, 17: A Brilliant Noise by David Vazdauskas
Presented by Iron Age Theatre Company.
A new play imagining the comedic possibilities and historical consequences of a meeting between Tchaikovsky and Tolstoy.
March 20, 21, 24: Spacewang by Tom Wells.
Presented by Azuka Theatre Company
Three comic shorts from acclaimed British Playwright, Tom Wells: ‘Notes for First Time Astronauts’, ‘Spacewang’ and ‘About a Goth’.
March 26, 27, 28: Kyoto by David Greig.
Presented by Tiny Dynamite.
A play about hotel rooms, sexual desire and climate change by the author of last season’s hit play, Being Norwegian.