How To Watch In Nature’s Studio
In Nature’s Studio is Sunday, July 23rd, 2023, 4:00pm to 5:30pm, and below are all the key details you need to prepare for the show.
When you arrive, please walk to the white tent opposite the entrance to the Reading Public Museum. The Reservations & Information Table will be located there, in addition to water bottles, t-shirts, prints, and more.
This event is offered for free, but donations are welcome on the day of the event or online.
If you reserved a space on the Guided Walk, we will lead two walks, 4pm and 4:15pm. If you reserved an Independent Walk, you may walk the path at your own pace anytime between 4pm and 5:30pm to see performances.
All ages are welcome.
What to Expect:
In Nature’s Studio is a series of performances stationed around the park. Our vision is that you take a walk and take in the performances as you go. We hope you leave inspired by the art and nature.
The audience is meant to walk along a flat path. There are benches along the path if you need to stop and sit. Wheelchairs and stollers are able to move along the path.
Performances will happen on a schedule. Please consult the online program for details. Printed programs will be available on Sunday. If you are looking for a specific performer, let us know and we will direct you to them! You can also consult this Google map as a guide.
BONUS – there is an audio play – bring headphones to listen on your phone.
About the Venue and Show:
This venue is the Reading Public Museum Arboretum. It is a public place, free to enter and enjoy.
Please do not smoke.
There will be a food truck, Smokehouse Food Truck, on site for food purchases. Outside food and non-alcoholic drinks are also welcome. We will have water available for those who need it.
The performance site is accessible to all, as are our on-site restrooms (inside the Museum).
Getting to the performance site:
Address: Reading Public Museum, 500 Museum Road, Reading, PA
Parking: Free parking in the lot adjacent to the Museum and Arboretum. ADA spots will be reserved for those that need it. Additional parking along the surrounding streets.
If you live nearby, please consider walking or biking.
For more information or if you have questions:
Visit our website: readingtheaterproject.org
Call or email the Reading Theater Project — 484-706-9719 | firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a co-production between Reading Theater Project and JCWK Dance Lab in partnership with the Reading Public Museum. We invite you to follow us on social media, join our email lists, and share your feedback after this event.
See you at the show!