New Production Gives Audience Access to Exclusive Racquet Club of Philadelphia

A theatrical experience will take place on the courts of the Club, plays a limited engagement from September 20-27, 2019.


Missing Bolts Productions is providing Philadelphians an exclusive opportunity to experience the private and historic Racquet Club of Philadelphia during their upcoming production of “rail.” The immersive theatrical experience will play at the Club from September 20 through September 27, 2019, part of the FringeArts Festival. Press are invited to review on September 20 at 7:30PM.


Written and co-directed by Zac Kline, co-directed by Rachel Dart, and featuring performers Emilie Krause and Harry Watermeier, rail. will be staged in the 100-year-old Racquets court inside the members-only confines of The Racquet Club of Philadelphia. Non-members will be given exclusive access to attend this limited run, a rare opportunity for those who have ever wanted to experience the building.


rail. is a play about the cyclical nature of relationships in our lives and the ways we struggle to break free from past events to forge new paths. Sarah, a therapist and former championship squash player, is stuck in a cycle of rotating men in her life, all played by the same actor. She must decide how to break the cycle and find her most singular life.


Tickets will be on sale via FringeArts in August via their website,  Tickets are $16.



Missing Bolts Productions presents “rail.”

Part of the FringeArts Festival

September 20-27, 2019

Various times

The Racquet Club of Philadelphia

215 S. 16th Street, Philadelphia

Ticket price: $16

Link to tickets:


ABOUT MISSING BOLTS PRODUCTIONS: Missing Bolts Productions is an independent production group devoted to new work for stage & screen that explores characters searching for missing pieces in their lives. Past work includes: After Orlando, an international theatre action in response to the shooting at Pulse Nightclub, performed at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre in collaboration with Philadelphia Theatre Company and The Hour of All Things by OBIE-Winning playwright Caridad Svich at the Philadelphia International Women’s Theatre Festival, featuring Blair Baker. Other work has been stage, developed and screened in New York, London and across the United States.

Photo by Plate 3 Photography

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