Tony Braithwaite's Which Reminds Me at Act II Playhouse

written by and starring Tony Braithwaite
with Dan Matarazzo on piano

Now through October 1, 2017  EXTENDED!

Tony’s newest one-man show! Combines stand-up, storytelling, songs, and video to recount his favorite theatre stories. Mishaps, triumphs, and letters from patrons will make their way into these hilarious tales from Ambler’s chief raconteur.

"Brilliant ... a hoot for anyone who sees it." -Chestnut Hill Local [Read More]
"Tony is hilarious ... an evening of honest, raw storytelling and laughter." -Phindie [Read More]
"Full of great laughs" -DelcoCultureVultures [Read More]
"Tony Braithwaite can do a one-man show on almost any topic and entertain us ... carefully planned and cleverly written ... his improvised humor is impressive." -The Cultural Critic [Read More]




Which Reminds Me to Give!


Community Partner Night

cropped cropped WWCP002 FoodMoxie LogoBothTags RGB 300dpi fnl 1Thursday, Sept. 7 is our Community Partner Night. A portion of all tickets sales on this evening will go to FOOD MOXIE.

From seed to supper, Food Moxie educates and inspires people to grow, prepare, and eat healthy food. It was created by the Board of Weavers Way Cooperative in 2007 as a means to expand its role in, and to positively impact, the community in which it operates. 

Creative Team - Which Reminds Me

Written by and Starring: Tony Braithwaite
Assistant Writer and Assistant Director: Patrick Romano
Pianist: Dan Matarazzo
Scenic Designer: Adam Riggar
Lighting Designer: James Leitner
Sound Designer: John Stovicek
Costume Designer: Constance Case
Properties Designer: Amanda Coffin
Video Designer: Patrick Dolan
Stage Manager: Patricia G. Sabato/Tom Helmer
Assistant Stage Manager: Michal Kortsarts

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“He may be Philadelphia's funniest man ever.”-City Paper


Tony Braithwaite is in his sixth year as Artistic Director of Act II Playhouse, having most recently appeared here in Didn't Your Father Have This Talk With You? and Tomfoolery. Other recent work here includes This Wonderful Life, Electile Dysfunction and Driving Miss Daisy. Tony has worked in and around Philly since 1995 (as an actor, director, writer, teacher and comic) and has also appeared at 1812 Productions, Arden Theatre Company, Philadelphia Theatre Company, The Kimmel Center, Delaware Theatre Company, Hedgerow Theatre, Montgomery Theater, and both the PA and Philadelphia Shakespeare Festivals, among others. Tony is a 13-time Barrymore Award nominee, a 4-time Barrymore M.C., and a 3-time Barrymore winner, including wins for The Big Bang and The Story of My Life (both here at Act II). For 23 years, Tony has also served as Director of Dramatics at his beloved alma mater St. Joe’s Prep where he is currently directing Newsies. Next up at Act II: A Few of Our Favorite Things with Jen Childs in February.


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