Founded in 1974, People’s Light presents stories drawn from ancient times through tomorrow that have direct relevance to our communities and their concerns. For program and production history pre-2000, visit this page.
A baseball player of mythic proportions is forced to wrestle with the reality of his life.
Row After Row
A dark comedy about friendship, bravery, and healing all kinds of battle scars.
Arthur and the Tale of the Red Dragon: A Musical Panto
Our holiday tradition continues with young Arthur's quest to discover what it means to be a king.
The Cherry Orchard
A bankrupt family schemes to save their estate in Chekhov's bittersweet comedy-drama.
Jason and the Argonauts
A "sly and sophisticated" take on Jason's mythical journey to claim his rightful throne.
A coming-of-age tale full of wit, heart, and humor - in a WWII boot camp.
How to Write a New Book for the Bible
Playwright and priest Bill Cain's story of a man caring for his funny and maddening mother.
My Mother Has 4 Noses
Jonatha Brooke recounts her final 2 years with her mother, weaving stories and song.
Stella and Lou
Two lonely spirits in a South Philly bar arrive at a shared crossroads.