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Philadelphia Theatre Co. Closes Season with The Absolute Brightness Of Leonard Pelkey

Philadelphia Theatre Company will close its season on May 17 — June 4 with The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey, written and performed by James Lecesne and directed by Tony Speciale with original music by Duncan Sheik (Spring Awakening). This production replaces the world premiere of American Canvas by Bill Cain, the winner of PTC’s Terrence McNally New Play Award. The

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The Last Emperor of Mexico — Comical with a Modern Take on Spanish History

Earlier this week, we gave you a preview and inside look into Chris Davis’ The Last Emperor of Mexico. And after connecting via Twitter and seeing other publicity from sources such as WHYY’s NewsWorks… Luner on Theatre had to see if the hype lived up to the tale. Needless to say it did! Nestled into the Italian Market in South

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Last Emperor of Mexico Combines Theatre & Small Business In Philadelphia

 Chris Davis brings The Last Emperor of Mexico, written and performed by himself, to Philadelphia this weekend combining theatre and small business for a one of a kind experience at a Philadelphia icon. “…a strikingly original writer & performer.”  – The Scotsman The Last Emperor of Mexico is a historical journey exploring the rise and fall of Maximilian I (Pictured Right). Maximilian I has

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