Philadelphia Theatre Company
Philadelphia Theatre Company (PTC) is a leading regional theater company focused on American plays and musicals.
Hosting imaginative and entertaining contemporary theater at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre on the Avenue of the Arts, PTC produces, develops and presents entertaining and imaginative contemporary theater.
PTC’s state-of-the-art theater offers a 365-seat traditional proscenium auditorium and mezzanine with plush seats, generous legroom and unobstructed views of the stage.
Founded in 1974 as The Philadelphia Company, PTC was among the first in Philadelphia to focus on new work.
Since 1982, PTC has produced more than 100 world and Philadelphia premieres, including the premiere of Master Class by Terrence McNally starring Zoe Caldwell, which went on to New York and won multiple Tony Awards.
PTC offers professional theater training, annual collaboration with the Philadelphia Young Playwrights Festival, play readings and pre-and post-play discussions.
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