INDIANAPOLIS — Heartland Actors’ Repertory Theatre’s (HART) production of Shakespeare’s popular Twelfth Night romantic comedy at the beautiful White River State Park (White River State Park) will be held July 31, Aug. 1 and 2. The preshow with band, food trucks and beer begins at 6 p.m. Free lawn chairs are available or patrons may bring their own seating. Patrons may bring their own food and drink into the venue. Table seats (up to 8 at a table) are $15-25 each.
This play about love and the madness of love starts with a twin brother and sister shipwrecked and separated on the coast of Illyria, each believing the other drowned. With a background of entrancing Cuban jazz music, learn how they re-unite and marry their true loves against all odds (which include mistaken identities, misplaced desires, mischievous and misled servants).
HART’s outdoor Shakespeare productions are presented in the Celebration Plaza amphitheater, between the old Washington Street bridge that leads to the Indianapolis Zoo on one side, and the canal located in front of the NCAA on the other side, with the White River as the backdrop.
Parking is available at the White River State Park underground parking garage (located by the entrances of the Eitlejorg and the Indiana State Museums) ($6 for theatre) and at the Indianapolis Zoo ($6 for zoo members, $10 for general public). This year, for patrons who need assistance to get from their car to the the HART stage, HART is sponsoring a free golf cart ride from the underground parking garage (HART #1) or the Indiana State Museum roundabout (HART #2) (see the end of this message for details).
Vist www.heartlandactors.com for more information about this production.
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