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Plays & Players Theatre


Plays & Players Theatre

Between Spruce & Pine and between 17th and 18th Streets 1714 Delancey Place Philadelphia PA 19103

Events at this venue were rated 3.8 by 41 members.

Plays & Players Theatre is one of the oldest theaters in continuous use in the United States. It was designed and constructed in 1912 by famed Philadelphia architect Amos W. Barnes. Beginning as The Little Theatre, it has also been known as the Delancey Street Theatre (1920) and The Philadelphia Theatre before being known as Plays & Players Theatre.

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Map and Directions

Public Transportation
From the Walnut-Locust Station on the Broad Street Line the theater is a 10-min walk. Head west on Walnut Street and then south on 17th street. Delancey Place will be on the right-hand side, just past Spruce Street.
From the 15th & Market Station on the Market-Frankford Line riders can get a free transfer to the Broad Street Line or take a 15-min walk to the Plays and Players Theater

Handicap Information

Handicap seating may be available.

Please contact us before buying tickets to make arrangements.