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Suzanne Roberts Theatre

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Suzanne Roberts Theatre
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Suzanne Roberts Theatre
Address480 S. Broad Street
United States
OwnerPhiladelphia Theatre Company
OpenedOctober 2007
Years active2007–present
Official website

The Suzanne Roberts Theatre is a theatre on Philadelphia's Avenue of the Arts. The theater opened in October 2007 and is home to the Philadelphia Theatre Company.[1] The theater was designed by KieranTimberlake, using the principles of Universal design. The theater's signage facade was designed by House Industries in Wilmington, Delaware and produced by Zahner in Kansas City, Missouri.[2]

It is named after Suzanne Roberts (born Suzanne Fleisher in 1921, died 2020),[3][4] a former actress, playwright, and director who was the host of the TV program, Seeking Solutions with Suzanne,[5][6] which formerly aired on The Comcast Network and HLN. Her husband, Ralph J. Roberts founded Comcast and her son, Brian L. Roberts is Comcast's current CEO.

From 1982 until the opening of its 2007/2008 season in the new venue, the Philadelphia Theatre Company had been a resident performer at the Plays and Players Theatre.

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The Suzanne Roberts Theatre features:

  • Box office with street access
  • 360-seat traditional proscenium auditorium and mezzanine
  • Two-story lobby and mezzanine level reception area
  • Lighting and sound facilities for productions, workshops, readings, and educational programming


  1. ^ Project facts
  2. ^ Heston, Tim (2009-09-01). "Fabricating with a digital foundation". The Fabricator. Retrieved 2011-03-29.
  3. ^ Cohen, Steve (25–31 August 2005). "Starring Role: From the boards to the funding, Suzanne Roberts lives for the stage". Philadelphia City Paper. Philadelphia PA. Archived from the original on 26 May 2008. Retrieved 21 April 2020.
  4. ^ Cook, Bonnie L. (20 April 2020). "q". The Philadelphia Inquirer. Philadelphia PA. Retrieved 21 April 2020.
  5. ^ "PTC: About Suzanne Roberts". Archived from the original on 2009-01-23.
  6. ^ Seeking Solutions with Suzanne

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