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We have been going to Walnut for over 20 years and now volunteer for the main stage and buy tickets for the smaller shows upstairs. All shows are the highest quality, the type of show you would see in NYC. The total experience is similar...More
We brought our 9 and 7 year old to the Matilda production and had a wonderful time. This theater has all of the character of a classic theater, but is still welcoming and unintimidating to a young family like ours. And there really isn’t a...More
Walnut Street Theater consistly does a great job with its shows. Holiday Inn was no exception with joyful and skillful dance and singing numbers. The sets and costumes- oh my over 200 fabulous costumes...attractive actors and actresses, all in a historic theater. What a treat!
The Walnut Street is centrally located and close to several nice choices for lunch and dinner. There is convenient parking in the lot adjacent to the theatre. We have been subscribers for about 8 years and especially enjoy the musical productions. They have never disappointed...More
My wife and two of our best friends attended the show Mama Mia. What a wonderful afternoon we had, enjoying the songs of Abba and the story line. We have seen the Broadway version and this was just as good even though it was done...More
This is one of the things we renew every year. Price for the shows we see is very reasonable and we look forward to each show and taking the time to explore the many restaurants in the area. This year our favorites were Forum and...More
The theater is a National Historic Landmark, and along with the performance of Mama Mia (great choreography) we enjoyed looking at the black and white photos of past performers at the theater. The first theatrical production was in 1812 and President Thomas Jefferson attended the...More
We bought season pass' for 2017-2018 to the Walnut Street Theater, the oldest theater. We enjoyed most the shows, we totally forgot to see the show Humans but the best show of the season by far was Ma Ma Mia. While I enjoy the Walnut...More
Great theatre, incredible show and ticket prices very reasonable. In house prices also incredibly reasonable and they serve all drinks available to be brought into the play.
Mamma Mia has a wonderfully gifted cast with local and national superstars!
Response from 243bruceb | Reviewed this property |
Individual tickets range from $20 to $95 depending upon seating. However, if scheduling is a problem, you can buy a subscription and exchange your subscription date tickets for dates that match your needs. We often do that... More
Individual tickets range from $20 to $95 depending upon seating. However, if scheduling is a problem, you can buy a subscription and exchange your subscription date tickets for dates that match your needs. We often do that since we cannot always go on our subscription date.
On the other hand, if price and scheduling are problems, consider buying tickets to the Studio 3 series of plays. These plays are full length performances in a smaller venue which is quite intimate. You will look directly into the performers eyes and so become "part" of the performance.
We love both the main theater and Studio 3.
Response from Roving-Saint | Reviewed this property |
I bought mine online, but a Google search gave box office hours as 10-6 every day except Sunday. If there is a performance on Sunday, it is open 10 until performance. Box office is open later on performance days.