Every Saturday & Sunday May 28 – June 26 at 10:00 AM
The Frog Princess by Patti Murtha
Dating in present times can make you turn green, and the term “dating pool” is just a metaphor, isn’t it? Not when your future spouse is an actual frog who lives in a pond. Most people would be hopping mad at the prospect of marrying an amphibian, but our prince is jumping at the chance to get to know his groovy green gal. Too bad the same can’t be said for his family. Join us on the trail for one of the most ribbit-ing tales ever toad.
Check in and meet at the picnic shelter behind the Chautauqua Auditorium. Our hikes are usually at a moderate level/pace and last no more than 2 hours. When you first arrive, you will be greeted by your hiking guide who will lead the way down the trail to each scene location. Once you arrive at a scene location, you can sit back and relax and watch a scene from the production. Once the scene is complete, we all gather our things and hike to the next location.
During an Arts in the Open production, you will be hiking along a moderate trail. We encourage all audience members to wear proper hiking attire and shoes. We also recommend you bring: Water, snacks, hats, umbrellas, sunscreen, and blankets to sit on and/or lightweight camping chairs. There will be water and granola bars available for a suggested donation.
*All tickets subject to service fees