The Greenwood Lake Theater, in partnership with Warwick Historical Society, will present “Detestable Arts” on Oct. 15, 16, 22, 23, 29, 30 with three start times at 7, 8 and 9 p.m.
The performance will begin at Lewis Park, 80-92 Main St., Warwick, and will continue through several locations within the park.
“Detestable Arts” is an original retelling of the Salem Witch Trials done in an immersive setting. The story takes place over an acre of space in beautiful Lewis Park, as well as inside the historic Old School Baptist Meeting House.
The audience can get right in the middle of the accusations and trials that became one of Colonial America’s most notorious cases of mass hysteria.
Everyone who attends will move freely throughout the space to experience the story in whatever order they choose. It’s a chance to be a part of the story, rather than just watching from a distance.
Take a break from the performance and drink in the colonial-era tavern alongside the residents of Salem Village (drink tickets available at the door).
For more information on the style of the show and what to expect, visit https://www.greenwoodlaketheater.org/detestablearts.html.
Advance tickets are $30 per person/$25 ages 12-18; at the door, $30 for all. Advance purchase is recommended. Box office contact is 845-986-3236, ext. 101.
For more information regarding tickets, venue location, complete list of cast members, and production details for “Detestable Arts” or Greenwood Lake Theater, please visit www.greenwoodlaketheater.orgor call the Warwick Historical Society box office at 845-986-3236 ext. 101.