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1 review
8 stars
We were pleasantly surprised at this charming outdoor venue - very beautiful and peaceful. The actors did a wonderful job. They served snacks & hot chocolate during intermission. Tip: Bring a little stadium chair to put on top of the bench for back support and a blanket. Overall a wonderful experience and highly recommended!
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24 reviews
17 stars
Bathroom was clean, but a line, only one for each gender
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433 events
332 reviews
79 stars
attended Aug 06 2010

I was expecting more. The play is fine and the cast was okay but it lacked energy.

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696 events
279 reviews
101 stars
attended Jul 17 2010

Delightful performance under the stars - :)

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Description

The suburban house of the Bakers’ adjoins a recreation field, which is useful since football and cricket play a large part in the story. Peter, who works for Graham, brings his fiancee to the house and Graham, as usual, makes a bee line for her. However, it is Mrs. Baker’s brother, Leonard, to whom Joan strays. Leonard, poetic, a fumbler, who moons around holding conversations with the garden gnome, has always roused the bullying Graham’s malice and scorn, who is horrified when he catches the younger man very much with Joan. Joan and Mrs. Baker decide that Leonard must tell Peter at once about the relationship and he tries, half heartedly, to do so, and the result is wholly unexpected, as Peter’s cricket and football supersede all other considerations in his sports mad mind.