Performance and Safety Updates

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Updated June 23, 2021

Dear Act II friends and family,

Based on the most current information and reopening guidelines from Governor Wolf that include general safety precautions we are sharing an update about the performance schedule for the remaining shows of our 2020-21 season, and special events. 

Please Note: Events will be presented in accordance with applicable public health requirements as of the date of the event – which could include changes to capacity, attendance prerequisites, procedures, and other protective measures. For information, call Audience Services at 215.654.0200. The physical Box Office remains closed to the public at this time.

Single tickets are now on-sale for immediate viewing on-demand – Heeere’s Tony!, Comedy Tonight!, Electile Dysfunction, Hindsight is 2020, Didn’t Your Father Have This Talk With You? and A Very Act II Playhouse Holiday Special

Live performances currently scheduled at the Playhouse will be seated at full capacity and are general admission (no assigned seats). These include Stand-up Finals with Bill Chiang, Gerry Timlin Songs and Stories, The John Byrne Band, The Frank and Dean Show and Julia Scotti: A Live Recording.  


As we move forward here in Ambler, we are exploring every opportunity to continue to bring you the shows that you love and that we love to bring to the stage.

All of us at the Playhouse continue to monitor information available from Ambler Borough, Montgomery County, state and federal officials, and public health organizations, and may need to adapt or make other changes as new information becomes available. 

We are believers in ‘the show must go on.’ We know that many in our audience have made extensive plans (sometimes for months in advance) to come to the theatre – often as an event with family or friends – and we don’t want to disappoint you. We are planning carefully and will continue to keep you informed. 

Please, continue to be safe and stay in touch to tell us how you are doing.  

The Act II Playhouse family