Azuka Theatre 2013-2014 Season Subscriptions

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Thu, Jan 9 2014 12:00 AM EDT Fri, Mar 21 2014 12:00 AM EDT

*Please Note: Subscribers will be asked to select performance dates at the end of the checkout process.  If you have any questions, please call the Azuka Theatre Box Office at (215) 563-1100.


World Premiere!

Skin and Bone
By Jacqueline Goldfinger
Directed by Allison Heishman
Off-Broad Street Theater | 1636 Sansom Street
March 5 – 23, 2014

Skin and Bone is the second play in Jacqueline Goldfinger’s trilogy of contemporary Southern Gothic plays. Aging sisters Midge and Madge run a broken down bed and breakfast that has a date with a wrecking ball. When a young woman appears, searching for clues about a former guest, the memories she stirs up sends all three women down the dark and dusty road of a past better left hidden. Audiences return to the quiet creepiness of this small North Florida town from Azuka’s 2011 World Premiere, the terrible girls.

Starring Drucie McDaniel, Amanda Schoonover and Maureen Torsney-Weir

“Goldfinger has a unique poetic voice. She isn’t writing just to entertain an audience (though she manages to do so); she is writing to pose questions that have no quick, simple answers.” – Philadelphia Weekly


The Virginia & Harvey Kimmel New Professionals Production!
Philadelphia Premiere!
Tigers Be Still
By Kim Rosenstock
Directed by Kevin Glaccum
Off-Broad Street Theater | 1636 Sansom Street
May 7 - 25, 2014

Tigers Be Still is a quirky, endearing and deliciously dark new comedy, critically acclaimed in its 2010 New York premiere. Sherry finds herself unemployed, overwhelmed and hiding out in her childhood house, but when she gets hired as a substitute art teacher, things begin to look up! Now, if only her mother would get out of bed, her sister would stop stealing her former fiancé’s knick-knacks, her first therapy patient would do his homework, her new boss would leave his gun at home, and someone would catch the escaped tiger, everything would be just perfect.

"[Rosenstock's] subtly funny dialogue and the vivid, truthful characters keep the play grounded in prickly emotional authenticity." – NY Times

Mailing Address

1636 Sansom Street Philadelphia, PA 19103