Site specific, immersive theater returns to Westminster with The Land of Milk and Honey—a month-long production by celebrated theater company The Catamounts that brings to life the rich history of Shoenberg Farms. Small, socially-distanced groups will travel through one of Westminster's most historic properties, where the state's agricultural, philanthropic, immigrant, and healthcare heritage once dynamically converged. The Land of Milk and Honey explores themes of philanthropy, migration, the sanatorium movement, historical responses to health crises in America, the Jewish immigrant experience, and more through a series of indoor dramatic settings. Part ghost story, part time travel, and wholly a celebration of how humans can turn personal tragedy into an act of community compassion!
All tickets must be purchased online, in advance, to limit the interaction between customers and staff.
By purchasing tickets, you acknowledge awareness that your participation may involve exposure to all the risks of outdoor events including exposure to the COVID-19 virus.
If you are feeling sick or in a high-risk category for COVID-19 PLEASE STAY HOME
Social distancing must be followed by all staff and guests. Please remain 6 feet or greater distance from others at all times.
Wear a mask, clean your hands often, and cover your coughs and sneezes.
Staff will disinfect restrooms and high touch areas throughout the day.
This is a rain or shine event! Unless there is a thunderstorm/high winds and it is unsafe to have the play, we will continue the showing even if it rains. Refunds will ONLY be issued if the event is canceled due to severe weather conditions.
GUESTS MUST ADHERE TO ALL GUIDELINES & POLICIES.
ANYONE NOT ADHERING TO OUR GUIDELINES & POLICIES WILL BE ASKED
TO LEAVE AND NOT BE GIVEN A REFUND.