5th Annual Theatre on the Farm: Stargazing

Thursday June 6, 2019

8917 Fourth Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87114
US

Phone: (505) 503-7124
Website: Click to Visit

Cost:

$0-$28

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Duke City Repertory Theatre and Tricklock Company perform a new play about evolution and transition and gravitational force, about loving not only who you've been but who you will become.

Duke City Repertory Theatre, Tricklock Company and Farm & Table's 5th Annual Theater on the Farm Stargazing  Written by Caroline Toby Graham Directed by Katie Farmin Featuring Evening Star Barron, Josh Browner, and Andrea Gustke Stage Manager: Edward Carrion A new play about evolution and transition and gravitational force, about loving not only who you've been but who you have yet to become. This is a story about celestial objects and how loving them sometimes just means calculating their wavelength shift and then meeting them where they are.  Performed on the farm stage at the beautiful Farm & Table restaurant property in the North Valley, join two of Albuquerque's favorite theatre companies and the resident guinea hens for some lovely outdoor theatre during sunset and when the stars come out. Come early and have dinner! All theatre patrons will receive a 10% discount on their entire meal. Doors open at 7:30pm, so you can settle into your hay bale seat early and visit the (cash only) wine & beer bar and grab some delicious herbed popcorn before the show.  Thursdays, June 6th, 13th, and 20th 8pm Farm & Table Restaurant 8917 4th St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87114 Tickets are $25 with cash, card, or check. Advance purchase is encouraged but not necessary. A limited number of $10 Student Rush tickets are available each night at the door, and may be standing room only. Call Farm & Table restaurant at 505.503.7124 to make your highly recommended dinner reservation. We advise reservation times for 6pm, not later the 6:30pm so you don't miss the beginning of the show! Please inform your server when you are seated that you plan to attend the performance. Recommended for ages 13+ (science references might be elusive for young kiddos) *We also recommend bringing bug spray, just in case* Parking: The primary lot South of the restaurant, an additional lot at the second turn/driveway North of the restaurant (next to the row of mailboxes) and street parking along 4th. No babes in arms Refunds are at the discretion of management. Typically, for final performances that are sold out, we do not offer refunds for unused tickets/no-shows.

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Stargazing

Theater on the Farm

courtesy of Theater on the Farm
Weekly Alibi sat down with Katie Farmin, the director of Stargazing, to talk about putting together the outdoor dinner theater experience called Theater on the Farm.

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