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The Wilma Theater
Broad & Spruce Streets 265 S. Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
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3.3 / 5 Rated by 4 members
Review from JBSantise
41 events 17 reviews

Entertaining single act comedy about a group of professional assistants. The actors were engaging, the dialog amusing but not all that original.

reviewed Jan 22 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from Goldstar Member
2 events 2 reviews

Saw "Assistance" Friday nite at the Wilma Theatre. It's billed as "off Broadway," but it needs a lot more work to get to Broadway. It's worth seeing for the delightful young actors and for the look at the 20-somethings' culture. But
it needs a...continued

reviewed Jan 04 2013 report as inappropriate
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An Off-Broadway hit comedy in 2012, Assistance is the second offering in playwright Leslye Headland’s “Seven Deadly Sins” series – this time treating greed – and comes on the heels of Bachelorette, another hit and also a feature film release. The Wilma is thrilled to announce the return of director David Kennedy, who previously directed the Wilma’s 2011 success The Understudy.

<em>The Full Monty</em> <em>Hand to God</em> The Franklin Institute <em>West Side Story</em> <em>Dirty Dancing: The Classic Story On Stage</em> <em>A Midsummer Night's Dream</em>