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1 stars
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8 reviews
11 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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"Send Me No Flowers"
11 ratings
4.1 average rating
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97 events
19 reviews
37 stars
attended Jul 29 2011

A community theater production with, sadly, very little audience. A story of a time definitely in the past!! Made me grateful to live in today's world. I thought the lead actress was not very good. The male leads were better.

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14 reviews
7 stars
attended Jul 24 2011

Great show! I attended the Sunday 4PM show. There were chilren playing in the park and you could hear them. Not too disturbing, but slightly annoying. I think the evening show would have been better visually as the use of special lighting...continued

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7 reviews
19 stars
attended Jul 22 2011

The play was terrific. The setting added to the charm of the evening. All four of us loved it and would heartily recommend it to everyone.

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_Send Me No Flowers _was adapted into a 1964 movie featuring Rock Hudson, Doris Day and Tony Randall.


When he experiences chest pains, hopeless hypochondriac George checks with his doctor and overhears his doctor discussing the diagnosis of a terminally ill patient with an associate. Assuming he is the one scheduled to die, he asks his friend Arnold to help him find a new husband for his wife Judy so he’ll know she won’t be alone once he’s gone. Meanwhile, Judy mistakes her husband’s machinations for an attempt to cover up an extramarital affair.