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  • ballet dancers en pointe perform in "The Nutcracker"
    Academy of Music

    The academy, built in 1855–57, is the oldest opera house in the United States still used for its original purpose. It is home to the Philadelphia Ballet and Opera Philadelphia.

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    Photo credit: B. Krist for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®
  • actors perform a scene from A Midsummer Night's Dream
    Arden Theatre

    The Arden has been in Old City since the mid-1990s, though the company itself dates to 1988. Apart from eclectic seasons, it is known for its productions for children.

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    Photo credit: Arden Theatre Company
  • the Philadelphia Orchestra performing in the Kimmel Center
    Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts

    Home to the renowned Philadelphia Orchestra, visitors can also enjoy the Philly Pops. The complex comprises several venues, including Verizon Hall, Perelman Theater, and SEI Innovation Studio.

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  • a multicultural cast performs a scene from A Man for All Seasons
    St. Stephen’s Theater

    St. Stephen’s Theater is at the rear of St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, the city’s oldest extant building in the Gothic Revival style. The theater space is home to the Lantern Theater Company, which has been there since 1996.

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    Photo credit: Lantern Theater Company
  • the front of the Suzanne Roberts Theater, with its sign lighted up
    Suzanne Roberts Theatre

    The Philadelphia Theatre Company’s home is named for former actress, playwright, and director Suzanne Roberts. The company was founded in 1974, while the theater itself opened in 2007.

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  • the front of the Wilma Theater at night
    Wilma Theater

    The 296-seat theater opened in 1996. The theater company itself was founded in 1973 and has worked with artists such as Stephen Sondheim, Tom Stoppard, Christopher Hampton, Doug Wright, Arthur Miller, and Paula Vogel,

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    Photo credit: J. Fusco for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®

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