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Tiny Dynamite 22/23 Season Subscription

By Tiny Dynamite (other events)

Fri, Sep 30 2022 6:30 PM EST Sun, Jun 25 2023 8:00 PM EST
 
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Join us as we celebrate the 10th anniversary of A Play, a Pie, and a Pint with a full production in residence at the Drake and three special pop-up events in association with PhilaLandmarks’ historic homes! 

Each subscription comes with one ticket to each of the season's shows; a snack; and a beer, wine, or soft drink. Subscribers also receive premium reserved seating and free exchanges (subject to availability).

The 2022/23 Season includes:

Oktoberfest with Tiny Dynamite
9/30 - 10/2 at 6:30pm
Physick House Garden
Last Year’s Hit Pop-Up Becomes an Annual Event!

Join us in the beautiful Physick House garden for amusingly autumnal content and some Halloween themes, too: spooky short stories, spectral encounters, and the funniest Halloween tweets we could find. 

Home for the Holidays
12/9 - 12/11 at 6:30pm
Powel House
An All-New Pop-Up Event!

We’ll travel in time as we travel through the beautiful, historic Powel House! Together we’ll explore the rooms of one of America’s finest examples of Georgian architecture and rediscover old holiday traditions, songs, and stories. 

NOTE: This event involves stairs. We will offer a wheelchair-accessible version of the performance each night. Please let us know at checkout if you'd prefer to attend the accessible performance so we can ensure you're accommodated.

Valentine's Day with Tiny Dynamite
2/11, 2/12, and 2/14 at 6:30pm
Powel House
Our Beloved Annual Event — Bring Your Beloved

Looking for an extra cheesy night out to celebrate Valentine’s Day? Join us for good times and big laughs with our all-new collection of stories, poetry, and themes about modern love — the good, the bad, and the hilarious. Perfect for couples, singles, and friends’ night out! 

Meet Murasaki Shikibu Followed by Book-Signing, and Other Things, by Julia Izumi
6/7 - 6/18, 2023 at 6:30pm Wednesdays through Saturdays and 3:00pm Sundays
Our full production in residence at Louis Bluver Theatre at the Drake

Tonight we welcome author Murasaki Shikibu to kick off the book launch of her novel The Tale of Genji. Granted, our event is over 1,000 years late, but Lady Murasaki is ready to make up for lost time. If you’re lucky, she might even talk about the book. This production will also be recorded for a streaming run after the in-person production. 

All venues will offer wheelchair accessibility to the performance space. While Home for the Holidays will use the Powel House's stairs, we will offer a wheelchair accessible version of the performance each night. Please let us know at check-out if you'll be attending the accessible version so we can be sure to accommodate you.

COVID GUIDELINES as of August 2022

  • To protect our audiences and artists, proof of vaccination will be required at time of entry for all performances, including a booster for anyone eligible – please bring your vaccine card showing all necessary doses or a clear picture of it, along with your ID.
  • Masks will be required for all patrons in all areas of the building when not actively eating or drinking.
  • We will have a COVID-19 compliance officer on site to ensure we meet the highest standards of safety and cleanliness.
  • If you are feeling unwell, or if you have come into close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19, please stay home for your health and that of our audiences and performers. Contact us to exchange your tickets.
  • As the pandemic continues to evolve, we are closely monitoring all updates, and our policies may evolve accordingly. We will share any updates about policy or procedure here, and will notify attendees via email.
Restrictions
  • To protect our audiences and artists, proof of vaccination will be required at time of entry, including one booster for those eligible to receive one. Please bring your vaccine card or a clear picture of it and your photo ID.
  • Per CDC guidelines regarding events in areas with high transmission, as Philadelphia is experiencing, we are currently requiring that masks be worn at all times while in the building when not actively eating or drinking. 
  • If you are feeling unwell, or if you have come into close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19, please stay home for your health and that of our audiences and performers. Subscriptions come with free exchanges; please reach out to us to change your dates.