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PNC Arts Alive Presents LAUGHTER at Walnut Street Theatre- March 5

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825 Walnut Street

Philadelphia, PA 19107

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Please claim your free tickets here to America’s oldest theatre to Laughter on the 23rd Floor.

Please register here for tickets. Tickets will be sent seprately via a separate e-mail.

Neil Simon’s entertainment insider play about fictional comedian Max Prince is a 30 Rock style roman à clef about the iconic Sid Caesar and his writing team for his 1950’s comedy show Your Show of Shows. Called the “Grandfather” of comedy by Jon Stewart in the Daily Show’s 2014 memorial moment of Zen, Caesar’s writing teams over the years included Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner, Lucille Kallen, Tony Webster, Selma Diamond, Mel Tolkin, Woody Allen, and Neil Simon himself. Noted for being one of the most influential comedy shows of all time, young audiences will enjoy seeing how the status quo and censor challenging process during the 1950’s paved the way for the stand-up, late night, sketch, and news satire comedy we experience today.

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https://www.walnutstreettheatre.org/season/show/laughter-on-the-23rd-floor

*Walnut Street received a grant from PNC Arts Alive to get young adults engaged and inspired to take part in live theatre. Twenty and thirty-somethings, millennials, young professionals, Early Gen Z—although we’re not focused on how one identifies and what one does for work or life—are all part of our target audience for this project. We want a couple of hours to share a unique, live theatrical experience about the ancestry of modern American comedy.

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