on April 10, 2003
This a great history lesson for those of you who enjoy that type of thing. It is an outdoor theater. To start you get to go on a tour and learn a little about the story of the Sherard of the Hills before the play. Cost of your ticket includes a dinner at the outdoor cafe. The meal is pre-planned and after you eat, they take you down to the theater. In May it got a little cold at night so they do offer blankets for only $2 which I would recommend if you travel in May. They put the play on when it gets dark out. It was different to see a play outside at night but it was very interesting.
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