Lantern Theater Company: Geneviève Perrier and Charlie DelMarcelle in A CHILD'S CHRISTMAS IN WALES (2014); Kittson O'Neill, Maxwell Eddy, and Alex Boyle in ARCADIA (2014); Damon Bonetti, Daniel Fredrick, and Dave Johnson in THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES (2015); and Kirk Wendell Brown and Peter DeLaurier in THE TRAIN DRIVER (2014). Photos by Mark Garvin.
2017/18 season: get your tickets
Red Velvet (2017)
Bookmark and Share
view cart
Buy Tickets

The Craftsman - a world premiere by Bruce Graham
The Craftsman
A World Premiere by Bruce Graham
Now - December 17, 2017
From the ashes of World War II, Dutch patriots discover that one of their own has sold rare Vermeer paintings to the Nazis. Commissioned and developed through the Lantern's New Works Initiative, this new play by celebrated Philadelphia playwright Bruce Graham spins a darkly ironic tale of ambition, genius, and deception.
2017/18 Season
2017/18 Mainstage Season
Now - June 2018
Join us for a season of great plays that celebrate our commitment to theater that is fun, engaging, and connected to our modern world. Order a 4-Play Series and guarantee the best available seats at the best prices – or create your own season with our convenient Flex Packages.
Copenhagen by Michael Frayn
By Michael Fraryn
January 11 - February 11, 2018
A fascinating mystery: why did German physicist Werner Heisenberg visit his old mentor and Danish counterpart Niels Bohr in 1941 while their countries were at war? Perhaps the greatest play ever written about science, Michael Frayn's drama puts us in the heart of the greatest moral dilemma of the 20th century.
Student Matinees
2017/18 Student Matinee Series
Now - Apr 2018
Learning opportunities extend far beyond the classroom! Bring your students to the Lantern for special weekday morning performances that will enrich your classroom curriculum. Your reservation includes discounted tickets, lesson plans, study guides, and post-show talkbacks with the cast.
The Tempest by William Shakespeare
The Tempest
By William Shakespeare
March 15 - April 22, 2018
What happens when one ruler is exiled, his successor washed up on shore, and both must choose between conflict and reconciliation? In the great comic fable of his artistic maturity, Shakespeare explores how the choices we make lead to unexpected consequences.
Don't Dress for Dinner - a Philadelphia premiere by Marc Camoletti
Don't Dress for Dinner
By Marc Camoletti
May 24 - June 24, 2018
Bernard wants Suzanne, and his wife Jacqueline wants his best friend Robert. Suzette comes to cook them all dinner, and her husband George might have to set everybody straight in this wickedly funny comedy by French playwright Marc Camoletti.
Ticket Prices – 2017/18 Season Adults Seniors* Students*
Previews $26 $26 $15
Opening Night $45 $45 $45
Weekdays: Tuesdays - Fridays (week 1-3) $34 $30 $15
Weekends: Saturdays & Sundays (week 1-3) $39 $35 $15
Weekdays: Tuesdays - Fridays (week 4 or later) $38 $34 $15
Weekends: Saturdays & Sundays (week 4 or later) $43 $39 $15
Restricted View $20 $20 $15
*Valid ID required for full-time high school/college students and seniors 65+
Ticket Prices – Other
Groups of 10 or more Varies by performance
Student Rush and Other Discounts Varies by performance
Theater Industry Personnel $10 with proof of eligibility
Student Matinees $15 all seats

Prefer to speak with a live person?
Call the Box Office at 215.829.0395 or stop by in person during regular operating hours.
For Your Information

  • Service Charges & Refunds/Cancellations: A service charge of $4.00 per ticket is added to all online and phone orders. All sales are final – no refunds or cancellations.
  • Seating and House Open: Seating for all productions is reserved. The house opens 30 minutes before showtime. For your safety and the safety of those around you, please comply with all instructions provided by house management.
  • Late Seating: Latecomers may be seated in the balcony at the discretion of house management, as space permits. Balcony seating is extremely limited, so please make every effort to arrive on time. Late seating is never guaranteed and refunds are not available for latecomers.
  • Accessibility: We regret that our resident home, St. Stephen's Theater, requires climbing a flight of stairs and is therefore not accessible to patrons using a wheelchair. No elevator service is available. We are, however, able to accommodate patrons with early seating or other special needs. Please let us know how we may assist you.
  • Parking: Lantern single ticket buyers are entitled to a discount at the nearby LAZ Parking garage during specified hours only. Lantern subscribers enjoy an exclusive discount at Autopark at Jefferson during specified hours only.
  • Legal Notice: The use of cameras or recording devices, or the possession of such recording equipment, is strictly prohibited by law. Equipment will be confiscated by house management and violators are subject to immediate ejection with no refunds.
Pictured: Forrest McClendon in Red Velvet (2017). Photo: Mark Garvin.
Lantern Email Club Dig into the themes of our plays on the Lantern Searchlight blog! Facebook Twitter Vimeo
Box Office: 215.829.0395   Administrative Office: 215.829.9002
Hours & Contact Info   Directions & Parking   Lantern Email Club

Header Photo: Geneviève Perrier and Charlie DelMarcelle in A Child's Christmas in Wales (2014); Kittson O'Neill, Maxwell Eddy, and Alex Boyle in Arcadia (2014); Damon Bonetti, Daniel Fredrick, and Dave Johnson in The Hound of the Baskervilles (2015); and Kirk Wendell Brown and Peter DeLaurier in The Train Driver (2014). Photos by Mark Garvin.

©2017 Lantern Theater Company  Privacy Policy