With video. Steel River Playhouse, Pottstown's destination for nationally known plays, improvisational comedy, and musical performances, has canceled its upcoming season due to the coronavirus.
The interior of Pottstown's Steel River Playhouse is quiet right now; no thanks to the coronavirus. Outside on its blazing marquee, however, will soon be a different story entirely. Maybe your story.
After seven years in the general manager's job at Pottstown's Steel River Playhouse, Diane Nester will retire in May. The organization has begun searching for her successor.
The fate of families during World War II, and a young girl's indomitable spirit during frightening times, are examined in "The Diary of Anne Frank," opening Friday night at Steel River Playhouse.
Members of the summer teen intensive program at Pottstown's Steel River Playhouse have produced "Pippin" for a limited run that continues tonight, Sunday, and next weekend. Tickets are available.
Pottstown's Steel River Playhouse will host several performing artist and theater summer camps during July and August. Visit its Saturday open house to learn about the new offerings.
The "wickedly funny" play coming to Steel River Playhouse in downtown Pottstown "deals with race, real estate, and the volatile values of each."
Ever wonder how actors make hand-to-hand combat look so realistic, without hurting anyone once the action's done? Learn that and more in special master classes scheduled at Pottstown's Steel River Playhouse.