All performances begin at 6 pm in the F.R. Newman Arboretum at Cornell Plantations.
|Week 1||Week 2||Week 3|
|Thursday, July 10: Hamlet
Friday, July 11: LLL
Saturday, July 12: Hamlet
Sunday, July 13: LLL
|Thursday, July 17: LLL
Friday, July 18: Hamlet
Saturday, July 19: LLL
Sunday, July 20: Hamlet
|Thursday, July 24: Hamlet
Friday, July 25: LLL
Saturday, July 26: Hamlet
Sunday, July 27: LLL
See a map and directions to the Cornell Plantations Arboretum
General Admission is Pay What You Can ($10 suggested)
Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays:
General Admission $10
Children 5 and under free
A limited amount of reserved seating is available for all shows for $25 per person. Get the best seats in the house without having to get there early!
Reserved seating must be ordered in advance online. For reserved seating, we will set up and reserve a chair for you in the first two rows of chairs closest to the stage. The chairs we set up for you will be simple metal folding chairs, but you are welcome to bring your own lawn chairs and switch them out when you arrive. Please arrive at least 5-10 minutes before the performance begins to be sure you can be seated without disrupting the performance.
General admission is Pay What You Can ($10 suggested) on Thursdays and $10 on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. You can pay by cash or check at the entrance, or pay in advance with a credit card here.
What does "Pay What You Can" mean? Exactly what it says! We think $10 is an extremely reasonable price for these performances, so we urge everyone to pay that amount if you're able. But we don't want to exclude audience members who might be unable to afford that much, so we give you the option of paying less if necessary at all Thursday performances. We just ask that you do pay what you can.
For general admission seating, we recommend you arrive early to get the best seats.
We have some metal folding chairs available, but we encourage you to bring your own lawn chairs or blankets, as well as picnics, etc.
* actors shown with an asterisk after their name appear courtesy of the Actor's Equity Association.
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