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What is a Roving Production?

Odds are, you haven’t attended a lot of “roving” productions. You’re in for a treat. Like a progressive dinner, you follow a roving production from place to place.  Here’s how The Suburbs will work:

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Get your tickets starting July 4th

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Arrive 15-20 minutes early

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Park* at at the First Congregational Church – 103 Main Street and cross the street to Keeler Tavern Museum & History Center.

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Check in at our outdoor box office, near the Terrace. Our friendly staff will show you where to go.

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Enjoy the first play, by Catherine Yu.

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After the first play, you will be guided up the block to the The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, where you’ll see the second play, by Tony Meneses.

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After the second play, you will be guided across Main Street, and south to the West Lane Inn, for the final play by Phanésia Pharel.

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At the conclusion of the performance, use the crosswalk at the Cass Gilbert fountain to the First Congregational Church parking lot.

The Route

The Venues

Keeler Tavern Museum & History Center
Keeler Tavern Museum & History Center
The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art
The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art
The West Lane Inn
The West Lane Inn

Get Ready for The Suburbs

Park at the First Congregational Church103 Main Street . Parking is not available at the performance venues. Attending August 29 or September 11-12? Park at Jesse Lee Church

Watch for flaggers — they will help you cross Main Street safely.

Public restrooms are only available at Keeler Tavern Museum & History Center, the first stop. Please plan accordingly.

Total run time of the event will be 75-90 minutes.

Depending on state rules at performance time, masks may be required for entry.

The route requires a little over a mile of walking. We highly recommend wearing durable, comfortable shoes.

Feel free to bring bottled water, sunscreen, bug spray — anything you would take on a mile-long hike (except the dog).

Not all portions of the program are seated. Standing may be necessary for up to 15 minutes at a time.

We will postpone performances in the case of heavy rain, but come prepared just as you would for any outdoor activity.

If you require special accommodations, we are ready to serve you. Please note with your purchase or contact us at least 72 hours in advance of your visit.

If for any reason you are unable to join us in person for The Suburbs, a streamed video version will be offered. More details and tickets available soon.

Questions?
We’re here for you.
Contact us or call (203) 442-1714.

Please Note

On August 29, and September 11 & 12, please park at Jesse Lee Church – 207 Main Street .
The First Congregational Church parking lot will be closed.