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Late seating and reseating at the discretion of House Management
BY JACKIE SIBBLIES DRURY
DIRECTED BY JAMES IJAMES
May 31 – June 26, 2022
EXTENDED UNTIL JUNE 26 BY POPULAR DEMAND
WINNER, PULITZER PRIZE FOR DRAMA
The Frasier family is preparing to celebrate grandma’s birthday, cooking dinner, drinking wine, and hiding secrets. But what starts as a sitcom about a Black family explodes into a raucously brilliant look at race in America.
“THE POWER OF LIVE THEATER HAS NEVER FELT MORE IMMEDIATE” -Broad Street Review [READ]
“EXQUISITE … STARTLINGLY FRESH” -Theatrely [READ]
“SPLENDID” -Philadelphia Inquirer [READ]
“POWERFUL … YOU WILL NOT LEAVE THE SAME … I NEED YOU TO SEE THIS TRANSFORMATIVE WORK” -ToiTime [Read]
Discounts are available for students, educators, those under 40-years-old, and theater artists/industry workers. Click here to request one of these discounts.
As part of our commitment to making sure that our theater is accessible to every member of our community, for the extension of Fairview, we are offering 20 tickets for each performance between June 22-26 as Pay What You Will. These limited tickets are only available in-person or over the phone, and you can choose to pay whatever you wish. These tickets usually range from $29-$59. Pay What You Will tickets can only be ordered by calling our box office at 215-546-7824 or visiting our box office at 265 S. Broad Street in Center City. Click here to see our current box office hours. Limit two tickets per person.
Tickets will be delivered electronically by email. See your ticket receipt for more information. Please bring your electronic ticket – either on your phone or printed out – to the theater, along with your mask, ID, and proof of vaccination.
We currently require audiences to stay masked during performances and to provide proof of vaccination. These accommodations help protect our audience and performers, and avoid performance cancellations. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. Click here to learn more.
The Saturday, June 11 matinee performance at 2 pm will feature open captioning. The Saturday, June 18 matinee performance at 2 p.m. will feature audience description. Please contact the Box Office if you plan to use these services and/or need special accommodations.
The Wilma has a partnership with SpotHero for convenient and affordable parking. Patrons can sign up in advance to reserve a guaranteed spot. RESERVE A PARKING SPOT
Jennifer Kidwell will perform the role of Jasmine from June 16-18.
This project is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Season Lead Honorary Producers
Linda and David Glickstein
Mari and Peter Shaw
Season Honorary Producers
Peggy and Richard Greenawalt
John and Theresa Rollins
Honorary Producers Circle
Peter A. Benoliel and Willo Carey
Mark and Tobey Dichter
Helen and Herman Fala
Robert T. Foley
Carole Haas Gravagno
Katherine Kelton and Troy Graham
Eva and Michael Leeds
Barbara and Don Parman
Irving and Sharon Shapiro
Dr. R. J. Wallner