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Native Gardens will be playing on the front lawn of the Wilton House Museum from June 23-28, 2023. The lawn opens at 6pm to the public for picnics. The show will begin at 7pm and will run for 90 minutes. Parking is limited. Carpooling is encouraged. Patrons should bring their own food and beverages, lawn chairs and picnic blankets.
Written by Karen Zacarías, Directed by Rusty Wilson
Native Gardens will be presented on the back lawn of Wilton House Museum
Pablo and Tania, a high-powered lawyer and doctoral candidate respectively, have just moved into their dream home in the suburbs of Washington, D.C. With it being a fixer-upper and all, they decide to transform their yard into a lovely native garden. Their next door neighbors, Frank and Virginia, also enjoy tending to their garden, a blooming brigade of non-native plants grown to win them the annual gardening competition in the neighborhood. Frank and Virginia give a hearty welcome to Pablo and Tania, however, these pleasantries soon vanish when Pablo discovers that their property line is 2 feet into Franks beloved garden. Friction ensues, then an all-out border dispute erupts as the two couples show their true colors.
Cadence is thrilled to revive the Sitelines program this year with Native Gardens at Wilton House Museum. Members of the Cadence community may remember Annie Baker's The Flick at The Byrd Theatre years ago.
Wilton House Museum (View)
215 S Wilton Rd.
Richmond , VA 23226
|Minimum Age: 14
|Kid Friendly: No