April 26-28, 2013
At Rosemary Farm on the grounds of the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception
440 West Neck Road
The former Conklin owned/Olmstead designed outdoor showplace that inspired us to start a theatre company is back under our care!!!!! Those of you that were around years ago when we cleared away ages of neglect and saw this magical space can appreciate our excitement. The Stages family will be getting our hands dirty once again to prepare the stage and grounds for some exciting upcoming projects (more on that later). We need hands to help us and hope you will lend us a pair or two.
We will be mowing, weeding, chopping, sawing, sweating, eating and laughing.
Rakes and shovels will be provided but if you are handy and have lawn tools feel free to bring them along. Housing is available so we need an RSVP if you need a room for the night. Through the generosity of the seminary we have free basic rooms with showers available on site for a limited number of out-of-town workers.
Hot breakfast is provided on Saturday and Sunday and we will be cooking out at some point if the weather permits.
You are welcome to arrive on Friday evening and stay through Sunday but work officially begins on Saturday morning.
If you are arriving by train please let us know so that we can try and arrange a ride for you.
RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Click HERE to read about the preparations for a late summer play at the Amphitheater from 1916.