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Our 2023 Summer Season at
the Kennedy Mine Amphitheatre
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Thanks for a great run.
See you at our next show!
This hilarious retelling of The Ingenious Hidalgo Don Quixote of La Mancha begins in a Starbucks, where playwright Ben Eisenberg is feverishly working on his stage adaptation of Don Quixote, with rehearsals starting tomorrow. But there’s one big problem ~ he hasn’t written a single word. With help/pressure from his agent and possibly a near-lethal dose of caffeine and Xanax, Starbucks begins to transform, with patrons from the coffee shop becoming characters in the rapidly developing story. With 6 actors, multiple characters, windmills, horses, and demons, this fast-paced comedy is sure to keep the audience on the edge of their camp chairs.

Runs June 16th - July 15th.
Gates open at 6:30, show starts at 8pm

We regret that we have to cancel our second summer show,

"A Red Plaid Shirt," as one of our actors has had a medical emergency and we do not have time to find a replacement.

We also can't imagine doing this show without this person, but hope to mount the show next summer.

If you have already purchased a ticket for "A Red Plaid Shirt," please consider holding on to your purchase till next year.

It will be good for any performance in the season. Of course,

if you'd like a refund, we will be happy to accomodate.

Just send us an email through this website.

This cancellation, in our 20th Season at the Amphitheatre,

is a tough blow for the theatre company, but with your continued support, we hope to be back strong next summer.  All said, while we value our theatre, we value our friend and actor more, wishing them a speedy recovery and look forward to seeing them back on the boards soon.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

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