On this past Saturday’s Meet Cortland County
Kerby Thompson, producing artistic director at Cortland Repertory Theatre, previewed the summer season at Dwyer Memorial Park in Preble.
All performances will be held outside on the east side of the Little York Pavilion (to the left side of the building when looking from the parking lot).
A temporary stage will be built out from the first floor steps.
Patrons will be seated under an open-sided 40’ x 120’ tent, 12 feet away from the building and stage.
Seats are arranged in “seating squares” for up to four people from the same party.
Each square will have 6 feet of space on all sides. Patrons from different parties will not be seated together.
Download a printable copy of this summer’s seating chart HERE.
Tickets will be sold in groups of 2, 3 or 4 seats; single seats will not be available.
Face masks will be required upon arrival and until seated. CRT encourages the continued use of masks while seated, unless enjoying a refreshment.
Printed show programs will not be available; however, a Virtual Playbill with show information, director’s notes, actor’s bios and more will be available on the CRT website.
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