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Directions & Parking: St. Stephen's Theater

Getting to St. Stephen's Theater

Lantern Theater Company's mainstage productions are performed at St. Stephen's Theater, which is conveniently located at 923 Ludlow Street in Center City Philadelphia.

Please note that St. Stephen's Theater is NOT accessible from 9th Street; you must approach the theater from 10th Street between Market and Chestnut Streets.


Parking at St. Stephen's Theater

You can guarantee nearby parking in advance through SpotHero, the nation's leading parking reservations app. Visit the St. Stephen's Theater SpotHero page to reserve your parking spot at up to 50% off drive-up rates. (New to SpotHero? Learn more here.)

You may also choose to park at the Philadelphia Parking Authority's Autopark at Jefferson garage, which is located at 14 S. 10th Street, across the street from St. Stephen's Episcopal Church.


Accessibility at St. Stephen's Theater

We regret that access to both the performance space and restrooms at St. Stephenís Theater requires navigating a flight of stairs. Unfortunately, no elevator service is available. We are able to accommodate patrons with early seating or other special needs. When you arrive at the theater, please let the house manager on duty know how we may assist you.
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Header Photo: Lawrence Stallings in the world premiere of Me and the Devil (2021); Anthony Lawton and Dave Johnson in Travesties (2022); Melissa Rakiro and Joanna Liao in Twelfth Night (2023); and Paul L. Nolan, Sally Mercer, and Charles McMahon in Copenhagen (2018). Photos by Mark Garvin.

Lantern Theater Company acknowledges that it is situated on Lenapehoking, the ancestral and spiritual homeland of the Unami Lenape, and we pay respect to them as this region's original storytellers.

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