Our Season

Join us as we celebrate the 10th anniversary of A Play, a Pie, and a Pint with a full production in residence at the Drake and three special pop-up events in association with PhilaLandmarks’ historic homes!

Reserve your seats this season with a subscription to all four shows! Each subscription comes with one ticket to each of the season’s shows; a snack; and a beer, wine, or soft drink. Subscribers also receive premium reserved seating and free exchanges (subject to availability). Subscriptions are on sale now; single tickets will go on sale Tuesday 8/30.

In an effort to be responsive to changing conditions, we’ll keep you up to date about any changes to our offerings or COVID practices. As of August 2022, masks indoors when not eating or drinking and proof of vaccination will be required.

Raise a pie and a pint with us for our 10th anniversary with these fun and festive events!

An image of soft pretzels and beer, with the text "Oktoberfest with Tiny Dynamite; A fun, festive, and spooky celebration of fall; September 30- October 2; Physick House Garden

Last Year’s Hit Pop-Up Becomes an Annual Event!

Oktoberfest with Tiny Dynamite

Sept. 30 – Oct. 2, 2022

Outdoors in the Physick House garden

Join us in the beautiful Physick House garden for amusingly autumnal content and some Halloween themes, too: spooky short stories, spectral encounters, and the funniest Halloween tweets we could find.

To protect our audiences and artists, there is limited availability for this event, and proof of vaccination will be required at time of entry.

A candy cane and a star on a blue background with the text Home for the Holidays with Tiny Dynamite at the Powel House, December 9 - 11

An all-new pop-up event!

Home for the Holidays with Tiny Dynamite

Dec. 9-11, 2022
At the Powel House

We’ll travel in time as we travel through the beautiful, historic Powel House! Together we’ll explore the rooms of one of America’s finest examples of Georgian architecture and rediscover old holiday traditions, songs, and stories.

This event uses the historic house’s stairs; there will also be a wheelchair accessible performance available each night.

To protect our audiences and artists, there is limited availability for this event, and proof of vaccination will be required at time of entry.

An image of an envelope with candy hearts coming out of it, with the text "Valentine's Day with Tiny Dynamite, February 11, 12 and 14 at the Powel House"

Our beloved annual event — bring your beloved

Valentine’s Day 2023 with Tiny Dynamite

Feb. 11, 12, and 14, 2023

At the Powel House

Looking for an extra cheesy night out to celebrate Valentine’s Day? Join us for good times and big laughs with our all-new collection of stories, poetry, and themes about modern love — the good, the bad, and the hilarious. Perfect for couples, singles, and friends’ night out! 

To protect our audiences and artists, there is limited availability for this event, and proof of vaccination will be required at time of entry.

A stack of old books in a modern book shop with the text, which is highlighted in neon yellow and pink, "Meet Murasaki Shikibu Followed by Book Signing, and Other Things by Julia Isume, June 14 - June 25 Louis Bluver Theatre at the Drake

Our full production in residence at Louis Bluver Theatre at the Drake

Meet Murasaki Shikibu Followed by Book Signing, and Other Things

By Julia Izumi
June 14 – 25, 2023

At the Louis Bluver Theatre at the Drake

Tonight we welcome author Murasaki Shikibu to kick off the book launch of her novel The Tale of Genji. Granted, our event is over 1,000 years late, but Lady Murasaki is ready to make up for lost time. If you’re lucky, she might even talk about the book. 

All venues will offer wheelchair accessibility to the performance space. While Home for the Holidays will use the Powel House’s stairs, we will offer a wheelchair accessible version of the performance each night. Please let us know at check-out if you’ll be attending the accessible version so we can be sure to accommodate you.

The Art of Swimming, 2017
Lee Minora and Daniel Ison
Photo by Emilie Krause

The Word on the Street:

The plays remain brilliantly quirky gems…A Play, A Pie, and A Pint® proves that theater needn’t be a full-evening formal occasion. Drop in for a quick one, you won’t be sorry.

— Mark Cofta, City Paper

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Tiny Dynamite’s mission is to present new plays in new ways. Your support makes that work possible, and helps us create the communal experience that defines our productions. Thank you!

The Complete Works of Jane Austen, Abridged, 2019
Jessica Bedford and Trevor William Fayle
Photo by Daniel Kontz