A new week brings a brand new lineup of awesome live music, hilarious comedy, and wonderful live theater right here in Montgomery County. Check out some of our favorite events happening this week, below!

Our Top Picks

Live Performances



February 14
Steel City Coffee House

An ETC Valentine, "Love Stinks", a la SNL with sketch comedy, music, and song parodies. Join us for an evening of lovingly ridiculous entertainment! Bring a dear friend, enjoy dinner and a great show, and laugh 'til it hurts!


February 1 - February 16
DCP Theatre

Dolly's cooking show has aired for the final time. She and her son (and producer), Stephen, are discouraged to have their careers end so soon. However, during the last show, Dolly's culinary nemesis, Isobel, makes an unexpected appearance which turns things around. While Dolly and Isobel cook, whipped cream flies as shocking facts about their pasts are revealed. Each woman thinks she is the better cook. Be a part of the audience that gets to decide. The Kitchen Witches is part of phillytheatreweek, a region-wide celebration of theatre hosted by @TheatrePhilly. Learn more at PhillyTheatreWeek.com

Tickets are $18 for adults, $16 for seniors, students, and children under 12. They are available at the door, online at www.dcptheatre.com or by calling (215) 234-0966. Groups of 10 or more may contact the box office by emailing boxoffice@dcptheatre.com for a reduced rate.


January 22 - February 17
Act II Playhouse, Ltd.

by Mark St. Germain

The incredible true story behind everyone's favorite sex therapist, from her flight from the Nazis to her struggles to find success as a young mother in America.

"Inspiring and highly enjoyable" -New York Times


February 1 - February 17
Steel River Playhouse

Steel River Playhouse is excited to continue with its 10th Anniversary season by presenting the entertaining, musical comedy Nunsense, written by Dan Goggin and Directed by Drew Boardman. This show is a fantastically funny spoof about the misadventures of a group of nuns trying to manage a fundraiser. Sadly, the rest of the sisterhood died from botulism after eating vichyssoise prepared by Sister Julia Child of God. As a result, they put on a variety show to raise the desperately needed funds to bury their dearly departed. The performance takes place in the school gym where eighth-grade students are getting ready to perform Grease. An entertaining show with a wonderful cast will undoubtedly make for a fun evening.