We've all heard of crazy three-somes... but this is the only place on earth where you can find Ben Franklin, Sleeping Beauty and 3-time Tony Winner, Jason Robert Brown.

Along with 3 (count them, 3!) Tony Awards as a composer...Jason Robert Brown, the 'entertainer' will perform a special cabaret style concert at the Theatre on April 29th.
Brown already has a coveted spot on the wall of  Sardi's Restaurant in NYC.

This intensely personal show includes Brown, chatting up the audience throughout the night, sharing thoughts and stories from his hugely successful musical career.

But this one night only show is just the beginning of a long and 'stage-struck' relationship with the Media Theatre:

This fall, the Media Theatre is producing the Delaware Valleys first regional theatre production of his Tony winning musical “The Bridges of Madison County.” And in July they will produce his hugely popular teen show, "13."



Wanna join the Mom or Dad of-the-Month club?
Take the kids to see Sleeping Beauty.

You can't go wrong with this bevy of wacky characters, including Chester the Jester -- Typsy the Gypsy, and a Royal Magician so inept he transforms himself into a frog. 
(I know people who do that everyday ;)

Media's musical version of this classic tale brings plenty of comedy to the story that also features an evil "Thornberry" who puts the curse on Princess Elaine. A brave Prince Dauntless is undaunted as he battles the fire-breathing dragon to break the curse and save the Princess.

And starting April 13th, John Adams,Thomas Jefferson and Ben Franklin are trying to fire up the second Continental Congress to vote for and sign the Declaration of Independence.  

Just like the 2016 Democratic Convention, it all takes place in Philadelphia!

1776, with music and lyrics by Sherman Edwards,
invites us to witness the birth of our nation in an insightful, compelling and very humorous way:

It's the summer of 1776 and we're on the brink of declaring independence...John, Ben, Thomas and Richard Henry Lee sharpen their persuasive skills for the biggest battle of their lives, in a way that puts a human perspective on the men behind the iconic images we know and love.

Flawed in ways we understand all too well today, they overcame pride, fear, irritability, and pettiness...to discover a rare bond of respect that enabled them to create this seminal event in our nation's history.

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