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Upper Darby Summer Stage Announces Summer 2014 Main Stage Production

udss-logoLet your freak flag wave! Upper Darby Summer Stage warmed the hearts of many cold summer stager’s late last night during the winter with an exciting announcement regarding it’s upcoming 2014 summer season! While rumors and excitement have been swirling over the 2014 potential productions, word has finally broke regarding the largest show of the summer and seems as people are all abuzz as Summer Stage heads off to a far magical land (No, not Brigadoon) for it’s 2014 main stage show. Today, Luner on Theatre brings you the exciting news that Upper Darby Summer Stage will present Shrek the Musical as their 2014 main stage production!

What is Upper Darby Summer Stage?

Upper Darby Summer Stage is one of the nation’s oldest and most successful youth theatre programs. Created by Harry Dietzler in 1976, the program is home to over 700 youth and 100 staff members every summer coming together to create true magic on stage for all ages in the Philadelphia region. Upper Darby Summer Stage is located in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania at the Upper Darby Performing Arts Center. The program boosts several notable alumni such as Emmy Award winner Tina FeyTerrance J. Nolen (One of the Arden Theatre Company’s Founders), Monica Horan (Everybody Loves Raymond), Alyse Alan Louis (Mamma Mia!), Josh Young (Jesus Christ Superstar) and the well-known songwriting team Kait Kerrigan and Brian Lowdermilk.

Shrek-the-MusicalUpper Darby Summer Stage proudly announced late last night that Shrek the Musical would fill the slot for the 2014 main stage production! While Upper Darby Summer Stage is best known for it’s six children theatre shows it puts on each summer, the program also boosts an excellent main stage program which is usually a well known Broadway musical. In 2013, Upper Darby Summer Stage presented Fiddler on the Roof. At this point in time, no official dates have been announced for the production. Also at this point in time, no official creative team members have been announced for the show.

Fiddler on the Roof in Summer 2013

The Upper Darby Summer Stage main stage program is open to adults ages 18 through 28. Auditions are usually held in early June with callbacks that follow. The production is then cast and rehearses on weeknights through June and July leading up to the production’s show dates in the last weekend of July and/or first weekend of August. The production is reviewed by several critics and consistently ranks along the lines of professional productions seen in downtown Philadelphia professional theatres. Recent main stage productions have included Hairspray, Titanic: The Musical, West Side Story, Thoroughly Modern Millie, My Favorite Year, Ragtime and Beauty and the Beast.

“Come see what a first-rate summer theatre program is capable of.”   - Critic’s Response to Hairspray in 2012

Luner on Theatre will continue to bring you more coverage of the upcoming Upper Darby Summer Stage 2014 summer season! We are anxiously awaiting the news of the six children’s theatre productions scheduled for this summer. Of course, you can check back to our blog for more news on Shrek the Musical headed to Summer Stage in 2014. Don’t forget to check out our Upper Darby Summer Stage Page on the site as well. For more information, visit Upper Darby Summer Stage’s Official Website! Be sure to check Luner on Theatre on Facebook and Follow Us on Twitter as well! We are constantly updating these pages with information! And of course, check out the rest of Luner on Theatre for all your theatre news you don’t only need but want to know!

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Week In Magic: Upper Darby Summer Stage August 12th-16th (Photos)

Upper Darby Summer Stage celebrated its final week of its magical 38th season last week at the Upper Darby Performing Arts Center in Drexel Hill, PA. Luner on Theatre has been bringing you coverage all summer long and couldn’t forget to bring you our final Week in Magic blog post especially during the final week where Summer Stage was still working to make so much happen. So what all happened in the final week? The Week In Magic collects all of the Photo of the Day posts from that week at Summer Stage and brings you them in one blog post! Today, Luner on Theatre brings you our sixth and final blog post in the new series Week In Magic!

 

999105_10151764232895606_1317828735_nMonday: The final tech day of the summer may be cause for celebration! Each and every Monday, actors and technicians make their way to Summer Stage bright and early to tech the production that will be opening later that week. This final tech day for Willy Wonka Jr. proved to be the biggest one of the summer! Here, the assistant sound designer Amanda Hanna and musical director Dan Matarazzo work on music cues for the production.

1175285_10151766773725606_2084605435_nTuesday: The Harry Awards are coming! Summer Stage’s biggest and most celebrated night, The Harry Awards, make their way to Summer Stage each year during the final week of the summer. Children from all the productions are nominated in various categories, much like the Tony Awards, which are then voted upon by staff members. The night features songs, skits, jokes and memories from the entire summer bringing people to tears as the night goes on. Here, the 2013 children’s theatre staff talks through the opening medley this year which featured all of the show’s from this past summer in one giant number.

994332_10151768932385606_582960005_nWednesday: Dance Troupe and Cabaret work all summer long on dances and songs we never get to see until the final week of Summer Stage. The two may be the only programs that span the entire summer in rehearsal time. All rehearsals take place during that weird time frame of 4:45-6:15 each day. At the end of the summer, all of the dances and songs come together to make one giant showcase which features Summer Stage in a way most people never get to see. Here, dancers do the cup song before breaking out into a full tap number choreographed by Angela Wertner and Meghan Dietzler.

1175580_10151770766530606_1169523069_nThursday: The final photo of the day for Summer 2013! The final production of the summer, Willy Wonka Jr., played to 4 SOLD OUT houses during the last week of the Summer! The production proved to be the largest of the summer with 90 kids participating in the show and giant moving set pieces that helped bring to life the magical factory of Willy Wonka. Here, Willy Wonka himself, played by Scott Berkowitz, poses with his mom and dad as another fantastic comes to an end! It doesn’t get more magical than this!

1146492_10151773115185606_897114246_nFriday: While there is never a Photo of the Day on the last day of Summer Stage, the marketing team at Summer Stage wanted to send us off with one final image that couldn’t mean more to everyone who has ever done or experienced the magic of Summer Stage. Here, Harry Dietzler takes a moment out of the final day at Summer Stage 213 to remind everyone that The Magic Begins With You!

Click here to view the Entire 2013 Summer Stage Photo of the Day Album

Thank you so much for following Luner on Theatre’s coverage of Upper Darby Summer Stage all summer long! We are happy we could bring you new and expanded coverage like never before! Visit Luner on Theatre’s Upper Darby Summer Stage Page to see everything we’ve covered all summer long! While another magical summer has come to end, Luner on Theatre will continue to bring you the news of Upper Darby Summer Stage all year-long as news becomes available to us! All photos above were taken by Dan Luner. For more information, visit Upper Darby Summer Stage’s Official Website! Be sure to check Luner on Theatre on Facebook and Follow Us on Twitter as well! We are constantly updating these pages with information! And of course, check out the rest of Luner on Theatre for all your theatre news you don’t only need but want to know!

 

 

 

 

 

Week In Magic: Upper Darby Summer Stage August 5th-9th (Photos)

With less than two weeks to go at Upper Darby Summer Stage, there is still plenty of magic that needs to be taken care of before another summer comes to an end. This week, Summer Stage got the chance to experience a few items we never get until the very end of the summer! And there is even more to come this week with the final week of Upper Darby Summer Stage 2013 approaching. But lets not talk about that quite yet! What’s happened this past week at Summer Stage? The Week In Magic collects all of the Photo of the Day posts from that week at Summer Stage and brings you them in one blog post! Today, Luner on Theatre brings you our fifth blog post in the new series Week In Magic!

999511_10151749006425606_1973860613_n-1Monday: Mother knows best! The Upper Darby Summer Stage Rising Stars program is the stepping stone for young performers between the apprentice and children’s theatre program. Each year, the students get the chance to work on their very own 30 minute production learning the basics of theatre before performing one hour-long shows with the children’s theatre program. Here, the cast of A Disney Spectacular rehearse the villains medley!

1005775_10151751158370606_278524348_nTuesday: Things are getting dramatic! Upper Darby Summer Stage features six children’s theatre musicals and one mainstage musical each summer never leaving a chance for the more dramatic side of theatre to make an appearance. However, the Director’s Workshop program at Summer Stage does just that and more. Each summer, around 10 short one-act plays are chosen. Director’s are selected for them and actors audition. This gives actors the chance to work on more a dramatic piece rather than a musical and directors a first hand chance at directing a piece. Here, the cast of the 2013 One Acts are in performance featuring stories of humor, love and every day life.

549530_10151753362010606_1493993879_nWednesday: Upper Darby Summer Stage’s fifth show of the summer opened this week! What?! Along with this being the fifth show of the summer, it is also the fifth new production Upper Darby has produced this summer. A Year With Frog & Toad made its way into our theatre and won over the audiences! People left talking about the fantastic music, fun story and amazing actors! Here, the cast of Frog & Toad performs the Summer Stage song with Mr. Dietzler!

1011232_10151755408730606_666883769_nThursday: Before the magic of Upper Darby Summer Stage shows begin each week, there is already magic taking place right outside the Performing Arts Center. “The Greeters” at Summer Stage offer fun activities for patrons beginning about one hour before each show in the mornings. Each week’s activities is themed to whatever that show is as well. Here, the greeters of Frog & Toad help patrons make friendship bracelet’s before heading into to see one of the best stories of friendship around.

561521_10151757326390606_145243817_nFriday: This past Friday, Upper Darby Summer Stage said goodbye to its second session of Apprentices and Rising Stars for Summer 2013. Both programs which offer educational lessons in theatre are stepping-stones to the children’s theatre program at Summer Stage. Here, the final group of Apprentices practice their movement skills and tell stories of the fun summer they have had!

What another absolutely fantastic week for Upper Darby Summer Stage! Sadly, we only have one week left to go for Summer 2013. We hope you enjoy this new blog series we will now be bringing to you every single week through the end of Summer Stage 2013! This week especially brings you a new look into some aspects of Summer Stage we haven’t been able to share before! All photos above were taken by Dan Luner. Check out Luner on Theatre’s Upper Darby Summer Stage Page for more information and details! For more information, visit Upper Darby Summer Stage’s Official Website! Be sure to check Luner on Theatre on Facebook and Follow Us on Twitter as well! We are constantly updating these pages with information! And of course, check out the rest of Luner on Theatre for all your theatre news you don’t only need but want to know!

Upper Darby Summer Stage Presents A Year With Frog And Toad TYA

Frog-and-Toad-Logo-01-300x237The Magic Is Still Going! Upper Darby Summer Stage is may only have two children’s theatre productions left in their 38th season but the magic of Summer Stage isn’t going anywhere soon! Luner on Theatre has been bringing you coverage of the children’s theatre and mainstage program all summer long! We will continue to bring you coverage up until Upper Darby Summer Stage’s closing day for 2013! But there’s no time to think about all that now! We still got magic to do! Today, Luner on Theatre brings you the coverage of A Year With Frog And Toad TYA this week at Upper Darby Summer Stage!

Upper Darby Summer Stage is one of the nation’s oldest and most successful youth theatre programs. Created by Harry Dietzler in 1976, the program is home to over 700 youth and 100 staff members every summer coming together to create true magic on stage for all ages in the Philadelphia region. Upper Darby Summer Stage is located in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania at the Upper Darby Performing Arts Center. The program boosts several notable alumni such as Emmy Award winner Tina FeyTerrance J. Nolen (One of the Arden Theatre Company’s Founders), Monica Horan (Everybody Loves Raymond), Alyse Alan Louis (Mamma Mia!), Josh Young (Jesus Christ Superstar) and the well-known songwriting team Kait Kerrigan and Brian Lowdermilk.

What is Upper Darby Summer Stage?

1000869_10151725627435606_466801131_nThe fifth production of the Upper Darby Summer Stage children’s theatre season is A Year With Frog And Toad TYA! A Year With Frog And Toad is a musical based off of the series of books under the same title by Arnold Lobel. The musical tells the story of Frog and Toad, two friends who lives only down the road from one another. Surrounded by their friends mouse, lizard, mole and many birds; the story of Frog and Toad takes us on an adventure through the lives of two characters many of us can relate too. The musical tells the story of friendship through the two characters and how no matter what in the end, it survives just about anything and everything.

All children’s theatre productions run 70 minutes in length!

A Year With Frog And Toad is directed by Nick Hunchack and features choreography by Joanne McBride. The show features musical direction by Edward D. Pierson, IVAnnie Halliday is Stage Manager. The show will also features a  scenic design by Jeffrey Fuga, costume design by Jillian Keys , a lighting design by Shelley Hicklin, prop design by Annie Heath and Shannon Powlick and a sound design by Toby Pettit. All shows are under the technical direction of Cat Johnson with Paul Moffitt as production manager. A Year With Frog And Toad at Upper Darby Summer stage is sponsored by Casey’s Restaurant.

A Year With Frog & Toad at Summer Stage

PrintIt is hard to believe there is only one more children’s theatre production this year at Upper Darby Summer Stage! The rest of the children’s theatre season includes our final production Willy Wonka Jr.! Tickets for this show are selling fast and are almost entirely sold out! The mainstage production, a full-scale Broadway musical performed by youth ages 16-28, this season is Fiddler on the Roof! Click here to check out Luner on Theatre’s Fiddler on the Roof coverage. We will continue to bring you full coverage of Upper Darby Summer Stage’s 38th magical season all the way up until the very last day! Stick with us!

A Year With Frog And Toad hit the stage this week at Upper Darby Summer Stage! Performances are August 7th, August 8th and August 9th at 10:30 AM with an evening performance on August 8th at 7:30 PMClick here if you are interested in tickets for A Year With Frog And Toad! Don’t miss out on the last of our five new children’s theatre productions making it’s debut during Upper Darby Summer Stage’s 38th magical season! It is a fantastic children’s theatre production that has something for both adults and kids. Check out Luner on Theatre’s Upper Darby Summer Stage Page for more information and details! For more information, visit Upper Darby Summer Stage’s Official Website! Be sure to check Luner on Theatre on Facebook and Follow Us on Twitter as well! We are constantly updating these pages with information! And of course, check out the rest of Luner on Theatre for all your theatre news you don’t only need but want to know!

Upper Darby Summer Stage's 2013 Season

Upper Darby Summer Stage’s 2013 Season

Upper Darby Summer Stage Presents Fiddler on the Roof

fiddlerlogottA different type of magic! Upper Darby Summer Stage may be best known for its award winning children’s theatre program featuring six productions every summer. However, one of the best kept secrets in the Philadelphia region is the Mainstage production at Upper Darby Summer Stage each summer. Young performers working with theatre professionals to bring to life some of the greatest productions ever written for the theatre. This year, Upper Darby Summer Stage is bringing to life a classic musical in a new staging. Today, Luner on Theatre brings you the coverage of Fiddler on the Roof this weekend and next weekend at Upper Darby Summer Stage!

Fiddler on the Roof comes to Summer Stage!

Upper Darby Summer Stage is one of the nation’s oldest and most successful youth theatre programs. Created by Harry Dietzler in 1976, the program is home to over 700 youth and 100 staff members every summer coming together to create true magic on stage for all ages in the Philadelphia region. Upper Darby Summer Stage is located in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania at the Upper Darby Performing Arts Center. The program boosts several notable alumni such as Emmy Award winner Tina FeyTerrance J. Nolen (One of the Arden Theatre Company’s Founders), Monica Horan (Everybody Loves Raymond), Alyse Alan Louis (Mamma Mia!), Josh Young (Jesus Christ Superstar) and the well-known songwriting team Kait Kerrigan and Brian Lowdermilk.

What is Upper Darby Summer Stage?

74697_10151712963255606_1566170343_nFiddler on the Roof is a classic musical that tells the story of Tevye, a father, who tries to hold his family together as the battle between tradition and a modern world wage right before his own eyes. Set in Anatevka, Russia in 1906, the story of the small jewish village has captured the hearts of audiences since it’s debut on Broadway in the 1960′s. Winning 9 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Fiddler on the Roof is a story of family, struggle, passion and love that many still deal with in today’s society. The musical features music by Jerry Bock, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick and book by Joseph Stein.

Fiddler on the Roof runs around 2 hours and 50 minutes (With Intermission)

Fiddler on the Roof is directed by Marcus and Rachel Stevens and features choreography by Abby Shunskis. Kevin Dietzler serves as co-choreographer. The show features musical direction by Gina GiacheroAllie Steele is Stage Manager. The show will also features a  scenic design by Lindsey Mayer, costume design by Amy Best, a lighting design by Shelley Hicklin, prop design by Patrick Ahearn and a sound design by Toby Pettit. Chris Luner and Staci Sorrell are assistant stage manager. All shows are under the technical direction of Cat Johnson with Paul Moffitt as production manager. Fiddler on the Roof at Upper Darby Summer stage is sponsored by PECO.

“One of the things you can depend on with the Upper Darby Summer Stage productions is amazing production values, and this show doesn’t disappoint.” – Stage Magazine

969938_10151712963235606_2134027886_nThe Mainstage program at Upper Darby Summer Stage is one of a professional caliber. The show is filled with performers age 16 to 28 who are high school students, college students and young adults. Many of them have attended school to study the arts and many have not. What makes the Upper Darby Summer Stage mainstage production so spectacular is it’s production value. Young adults working with theatre professionals to create a production that could revival many shows one could see in Philadelphia.Recent Mainstage productions include Hairspray (2012), Titanic the Musical (2011), West Side Story (2010), Thoroughly Modern Millie (2009), My Favorite Year (2008) and Ragtime the Musical (2007).

Click here to read to Official Stage Magazine Review

Fiddler on the Roof officially opened last night at Upper Darby Summer Stage! Performances are August 2, 3, 9 and 10th at 7:30 PM! There is also a matinée performance on August 10th at 1:30 PMClick here if you are interested in tickets for Fiddler on the Roof! Don’t miss out on this epic production making it’s mark at Upper Darby Summer Stage! It is a new interpretation of a classic musical filled with love, passion and excellent performances. Check out Luner on Theatre’s Upper Darby Summer Stage Page for more information and details! For more information, visit Upper Darby Summer Stage’s Official Website! Be sure to check Luner on Theatre on Facebook and Follow Us on Twitter as well! We are constantly updating these pages with information! And of course, check out the rest of Luner on Theatre for all your theatre news you don’t only need but want to know!

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Week In Magic: Upper Darby Summer Stage July 29th-August 2nd (Photos)

Upper Darby Summer Stage is officially in overdrive! Upper Darby Summer Stage is more than halfway through its 2013 season and there is still so much magic to go! Magic is literally fueling the program during one of its busiest weeks of the season with Mainstage coming to life, showcases beginning to formulate and the children’s theatre program roaring on with stellar shows! So what’s the magic this week? Let’s see! The Week In Magic collects all of the Photo of the Day posts from that week at Summer Stage and brings you them in one blog post! Today, Luner on Theatre brings you our fourth blog post in the new series Week In Magic!

999387_10151733949400606_824268725_nMonday: Tech day! Every Monday at Upper Darby Summer Stage is a tech day for our latest children’s theatre show set to open that week! The fourth show, which also happens to be the fourth new show this summer, hits the stage this week! Freckleface Strawberry is a fantastic cute little musical about being yourself when you’re a kid! Here, the cast of Freckleface Strawberry kicks it into high gear as they hit the stage to prepare for their week of performances!

547664_10151736230850606_879575567_nTuesday: What do you get when you guzzle down sweets? The final Upper Darby Summer Stage children’s theatre show of the season is in full swing! Returning after 5 years is the hit classic Willy Wonka Jr. Telling the classic story of Charlie and Grandpa Joe as they work their way through the mysterious and magical chocolate factory of Mr. Willy Wonka, audiences will be delighted with the new production of this family favorite story. Here, the cast of Willy Wonka Jr. works on one of the Oompa Loompa numbers from the show which opens August 14th!

1013250_10151738242785606_164619015_nWednesday: Camp Friendship is a hidden gem of Upper Darby Summer Stage. Offering performance opportunities to kids with disabilities and special needs, the program is offered every summer and involves kids not only in fun games but ends with a show they have all worked on together. Here, this year’s group of students present their show Aliens and Astronauts. Bravo to all on a great performance!

1098403_10151740719850606_298687621_nThursday: The technical program at Upper Darby is arguably the real magic of Summer Stage! This past week always proves itself as one of the busiest weeks for the technical crew as they switch over our unit set twice a day! Yes, that’s correct. With Fiddler on the Roof in tech at night and Freckleface Strawberry playing during the day, how about a round of applause for the technicians who came in at 5 AM repeatedly this week to make some magic happen? Here, the backstage manager and assistant stage manager of Freckleface work during a show.

1012247_10151742799860606_330939979_nFriday: Climb a beanstalk to the sun! While there are dozens of photos of the children’s theatre casts at Upper Darby Summer Stage performing the Summer Stage song, none quite hits the heart like this one. The iconic pose on the lyric “Climb a beanstalk to the sun” is one every Summer Stage alum, family, friend and fan knows. Here, the cast of Freckleface Strawberry performs the Summer Stage song on their final performance after a fantastic week!

Magic magic magic magic magic magic! See…we weren’t kidding when we said it was in overdrive. We hope you enjoy this new blog series we will now be bringing to you every single week through the end of Summer Stage 2013! This week especially brings you a new look into some aspects of Summer Stage we haven’t been able to share before! All photos above were taken by Dan Luner. Check out Luner on Theatre’s Upper Darby Summer Stage Page for more information and details! For more information, visit Upper Darby Summer Stage’s Official Website! Be sure to check Luner on Theatre on Facebook and Follow Us on Twitter as well! We are constantly updating these pages with information! And of course, check out the rest of Luner on Theatre for all your theatre news you don’t only need but want to know!

 

 

 

 

 

Upper Darby Summer Stage Presents Freckleface Strawberry

Freckleface-Strawberry-Stand-4C1-e1372543451571-300x297The Magic Just Never Stops! Upper Darby Summer Stage is only halfway through their 38th season and now the magic is just about to kick into high gear! So far this summer, we have had the chance to bring you coverage of mostly the children’s theatre program at Upper Darby Summer Stage. However, with multiple productions and showcases evolving in the final three weeks of the summer, hang on folks! This magic is about to become madness! Today, Luner on Theatre brings you the coverage of Freckleface Strawberry this week at Upper Darby Summer Stage!

Upper Darby Summer Stage is one of the nation’s oldest and most successful youth theatre programs. Created by Harry Dietzler in 1976, the program is home to over 700 youth and 100 staff members every summer coming together to create true magic on stage for all ages in the Philadelphia region. Upper Darby Summer Stage is located in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania at the Upper Darby Performing Arts Center. The program boosts several notable alumni such as Emmy Award winner Tina FeyTerrance J. Nolen (One of the Arden Theatre Company’s Founders), Monica Horan (Everybody Loves Raymond), Alyse Alan Louis (Mamma Mia!), Josh Young (Jesus Christ Superstar) and the well-known songwriting team Kait Kerrigan and Brian Lowdermilk.

What is Upper Darby Summer Stage?

992939_10151712953525606_195644070_nThe fourth show at Upper Darby Summer Stage this season is the new musical Freckleface Strawberry! Freckleface Strawberry is a musical based off of a series of books by the same title written by Julianne Moore. It tells the story of a little girl Strawberry who is teased for having freckles and is ashamed of who she is. However, she disguises herself under a mask which allows her to be anything she wants to be! After hiding for a while, her friends realize just how much they like and miss Strawberry. After searching and discovering their friend was among them the entire time just under a mask, they realize how great Strawberry is for her differences. In the end, the kids realize how important it is to be yourself despite how quirky or different you are. Because truly, that is what makes you yourself.

All children’s theatre productions run 70 minutes in length!

Freckleface Strawberry is directed by Mary Leigh Filippone and features choreography by Kevin Dietzler. The show features musical direction by Jacqueline M. SerratoreJoe Paparo is Stage Manager. The show will also features a  scenic design by Jenna Snyder, costume design by Amanda Wolff , a lighting design by Shelley Hicklin, prop design by Annie Heath and Shannon Powlick and a sound design by Toby Pettit. All shows are under the technical direction of Cat Johnson with Paul Moffitt as production manager. Freckleface Strawberry at Upper Darby Summer stage is sponsored by Saint Joseph’s University.

Freckleface Strawberry comes to Summer Stage!

PrintIt is hard to believe we are more than halfway through the season for the six children’s theatre productions featured this year at Upper Darby Summer Stage! The rest of the children’s theatre season includes A Year With Frog & Toad TYA and Willy Wonka Jr.! The mainstage production, a full-scale Broadway musical performed by youth ages 16-28, this season is Fiddler on the Roof! Check back to Luner on Theatre later this week for a post on this specific production. We will continue to bring you full coverage of Upper Darby Summer Stage’s 38th magical season as it continues!

Freckleface Strawberry hit the stage this week at Upper Darby Summer Stage! Performances are July 31st, August 1st and August 2nd at 10:30 AM with an evening performance on August 1st at 7:30 PM! Click here if you are interested in tickets for Freckleface Strawberry! Don’t miss out on this brand new children’s theatre production making it’s debut during Upper Darby Summer Stage’s 38th magical season! It is an adorable new show about the most important thing in the world; being yourself. Check out Luner on Theatre’s Upper Darby Summer Stage Page for more information and details! For more information, visit Upper Darby Summer Stage’s Official Website! Be sure to check Luner on Theatre on Facebook and Follow Us on Twitter as well! We are constantly updating these pages with information! And of course, check out the rest of Luner on Theatre for all your theatre news you don’t only need but want to know!

Upper Darby Summer Stage's 2013 Season

Upper Darby Summer Stage’s 2013 Season