may, 2018

18may - 3junAll DaySense & Sensibility at Shaw Mansion(All Day) Shaw Mansion, 11 Blinman Street, New London, CT Event Organized By: Flock Theatre Event Type:Featured Event,Theater & Performance

Event Details

Sense & Sensibility at Shaw Mansion | May 18 – June 3

Tickets on sale now
Based on the novel by Jane Austen

May 18-June 3
Fridays & Saturdays at 7pm;
Sundays at 2pm

Adults $35
Students, Seniors, Active Military $30

Reservations Required.
To reserve email or call 860-443-3119

Join the Dashwood Sisters in this coming-of-age tale of love, heartbreak, and what it means to be sensible, in Jane Austen’s classic romantic comedy. Performed in the parlor of the historic and beautiful Shaw Mansion, audiences will be immersed in Flock Theatre’s signature style of intimate performance.

About Flock

Founded in 1989, Flock Theatre is one of the most adventurous theatre companies in New England. Whether working with the timeless words of Shakespeare, modern classics such as Eugene O’Neill, puppet pieces, teaching in schools, or conducting their annual Burning of Benedict Arnold Festival, Flock Theatre is dedicated to creating original, collaborative, and educational theatre. Perhaps best known for their long-standing summer Shakespeare in the Arboretum, Flock Theatre performs year-round in a variety of venues, including their “nest” at Mitchell College, the historic Shaw Mansion, in the streets of New London and throughout New England. Internationally, Flock Theatre’s is highly regarded for their puppetry, including their long-standing collaboration with National Puppetry Conference. Through its productions, artistic residencies and programs at schools, Save A.R.T., and alliances with local organizations, Flock Theatre presents opportunities for artists of all levels of experience to expand their talents by working with professionals.


Shaw Mansion | 11 Blinman Street, New London, CT


May 18 (Friday) - June 3 (Sunday)


Shaw Mansion

11 Blinman Street, New London, CT


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