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Living together in the community through the arts

Since its founding in 1953, Allens Lane Art Center has been a cornerstone of the Mt. Airy community by bringing the residents together to participate in and enjoy the arts.  Whether its art classes for children or adults, amazing art exhibitions or cutting edge plays on the mainstage, there is something for everyone at Allens Lane.

 
601 West Allens Lane ~ Philadelphia, PA 19119 ~ p: 215.248.0546 f: 215.248.0559

About Allens Lane Theater

1953-2003
50 Years of Plays
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OVERVIEW

For over 60 years, Allens Lane Theater has produced purposeful, challenging, and unique theater experiences centered around contemporary human issues which reflect the diversity and complexity of our community.  Our lineup presents the best in contemporary theater in an unique cabaret atmosphere. An intimate space guarantees that no one is far from the stage. Our patrons enjoy an extended time in the theater prior to each performance to enjoy the company of their neighbors and fellow theater patrons while they enjoy picnic dinners and BYOB.

TICKETS

Individual Play Ticket Prices:
$20 with reservations
$25 at the door
$17 Sunday Senior and Student Special (with ID) with reservations
$20 Sunday Senior and Student Special (with ID) at the door

Full Season Ticket Prices:
Full price at the door: $125
Full price with reservations: $100
Regular Season Subscription Rate: $85

SHOWTIMES

Fridays & Saturdays @ 8:00pm
Sundays @ 2:00pm

Non-subscribers are let in 40 minutes prior to curtain for each performance.
Subscribers are let in 50 minutes prior (a benefit of being a subscriber).
Reservations for each performance are required
. No physical tickets will be issued. Please give your reservation name at the box office when you arrive.

DINNER & DRINKS

Allens Lane Theater is BYOB
Allens Lane Theater has cabaret style seating at tables, available on a first come-first serve basis. Tables seat four but can be reconvigured to accomodate larger groups. Audience members are invited to bring a picnic dinner and beverages to enjoy before the show. The theater does not provide stemware or glassware. The theater does recycle but we encourage ticket holders to take their reclyclables with them at the end of the performance.

DIRECTIONS & ACCESSIBILITY

Full directions by car, train or bus can be found here. Free off-street parking is available near the building. Please note: regrettably, our second-floor theater is not currently wheel-chair accessible and is only accessible by stairs.