Disappearing Quarterback: Eagles QB Performs Revelatory Solo Show
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The last date listed for Disappearing Quarterback was Saturday February 1, 2014 / 2:00pm.
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For the Lenni-Lenape people, the Delaware River was as legendary as the Rhine, as sacred as the Ganges and as mystical as the Nile. Delaware Mudtub and the Mighty Wampum explores some of the rich mythology associated with the Lenape and the river. The play's mythic menagerie includes Turtle who bears the world upon her back, Fox and her toothy smile, the determined Great Blue Heron and Earle and Pearl, brother and sister otters. Though rooted in ancient tales, this world premiere from the new P.L.A.Y. (Philadelphia Local Artists for Youth) series is thoroughly entertaining to the most modern of youngsters. Alive with movement, acro-yoga and puppetry, Delaware Mudtub and the Mighty Wampum celebrates Philadelphia's oft-forgotten indigenous wildlife and culture. Learn More
About the Ticket Supplier: Plays & Players
Plays & Players began in 1911 as a social club devoted to expanding and developing new theater experiences for and by its membership. The first President, Maud Durbin Skinner, was the wife of the famed American actor Otis Skinner. The Plays & Players Theatre, then called the “Little Theatre of Philadelphia,” first opened its doors in 1913. The theatre wes founded by Beulah E. Jay and her husband Edward G. Jay, Jr. with acquaintance F.H. Shelton in an effort to produce “American plays of ideas,” an underrepresented genre at the time. During its 100 years of performing, Plays & Players theater company has produced innumerable notable performances — some of the most noteworthy being the world premiere of the acclaimed Broadway play Stalag 17 in 1949, and a childhood performance by actor Kevin Bacon in Member of the Wedding in 1974. The first season of Plays & Players included An Ideal Husband by Oscar Wilde and The Learned Ladies by Moliere, both still popular plays today.