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The Irish Wake of Paddy O'Toole

The Irish Wake of Paddy O’Toole

March 2022

Paddy O’Toole is back on stage at McCoole’s this March.  Join us at the Irish Wake of Paddy O’Toole where Paddy decides to peek in on his own wake to see what his friends have to say.

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The Godfather of Magic, Gino Mozzarella

Spring 2022

Our good friends from Smoke & Mirrors Magic Theater join us to wow our audience with the “death-defying” nimble fingers of everyone’s favorite Godfather … Gino Mozzarella.

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Women are from Venus, Men are from Uranus

Fall 2022

We finally know how it all began … Man and Woman that is … in a petri dish, at the Genome Observation Department (G.O.D.).  Join us for some great laughs at what makes women, women, and men … well … you know!

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Address

We perform at:
McCoole’s Arts & Events Place
10 S. Main Street
Quakertown, PA  18951

We are based out of:
Doylestown, PA 18901

Box Office

(267) 337-8103

McCoole’s Restaurant Reservations Line

(215) 538-1776

Don't miss out on the fun!  Come See A Show!

We do many interesting, unique shows each year.  Come to a show, maybe win a prize at intermission, and be guaranteed a fun adventure into the witty and sometimes mysterious minds of playwrights, Judith Sapperstein & Gary Murway.

We're hoping to return to the stage in the Fall of 2022.  Keep your fingers crossed :)

Past Performances

  • Unspeakable! 2019
  • Chasing Santa
  • Nora Swan: Murder Most Personal
  • Love and Merger
  • The Irish Wake of Paddy O'Toole
  • Dancer the Footloose Reindeer
  • Mother Truckers, The Radio Show

How The Heck Did This Happen???

A funny thing happened on the way to the theater ... One day, a dear friend of playwrights Judith Sapperstein and Gary Murway contacted them and said something to the tune of ... "I'd love to take your work, 'Women are from Venus, Men are from Uranus' to the Liverpool International Theatre Festival in 2016, but it's too long and I'd need to get a theatre group who is able to travel to perform it."