Venue Details

6 Star Starred
Sedgwick Theater
7137 Germantown Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19119
877-238-5596
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17 events
15 reviews
1 stars
Parking is on the street. There is a large parking lot behind the theater but I am not sure if one is allowed to park there (looks like it belongs to some whole-food distribution place or a supermarket of a sort)
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17 events
15 reviews
1 stars
Plenty of restaurants, cafes & bars around the area so take your pick. Given the fact that the show we went to started at 8 pm I suggest eating before. There is a small concession stand inside the theater but nothing that will satisfy you if you are hungry :)
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Reviews & Ratings

"Mourning Becomes Electra"
7 ratings
4.7 average rating
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1 review
0 stars
attended Apr 03 2014

Mourning Becomes Electra was terrific. The cast was superb, particular the roles played by the senior Manon, Orin & Vinnie. The staging was perfect. The production really captured the core of O'Neil's work. Its a long play but gripping from...continued

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1 review
2 stars
attended Apr 16 2014

Riveting production in an intimate setting. Some outstanding acting, especially Robert Jason Jackson (as Ezra Mannon). Though long -- with well timed intermissions -- the time flew by, making it seem much shorter. Special kudos to Steven Cahill...continued

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Website

http://quintessencetheatre.org/?p=1328

Description

This show’s running time is four hours and 10 minutes, including two 15-minute intermissions.  

About the Ticket Supplier: Quintessence Theatre Group

Quintessence Theatre Group is dedicated to the performance and adaptation of epic works of classic literature and drama for the contemporary stage, which ignites the mind through the power of the actor, design and spoken word. Quintessence Theatre exists to develop and produce theatre which is immediate and necessary, and that strives to attract new audiences to the art form by challenging its artists and audiences alike to consider what is essential in theatre and in human nature.