Experience New York Theatre with the Lake Dillon Theatre Company
Join the LDTC for the Ninth Annual Theatre Trip to New York City for a memorable four days of live theatre, in depth discussions, and more. Let our staff plan an unforgettable experience that includes:
- Four diverse New York City theatre performances curated by the staff of the LDTC.
- Hotel accommodations in Times Square
- Two dinners at prime NYC Restaurants
- Group talk-backs following each performance
- Activities only available to our group
- Plenty of time to see the sights and take in The Big Apple
- $2,100 based on double occupancy.
While there is plenty of time for sightseeing and day activities, the focus of the trip remains the theatre experiences. Over the past several years, participants have enjoyed such hits as Hello Dolly starring Bette Midler, Hamilton, Come From Away, Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime, The Book of Mormon, War Horse, and much more.
Trip One: October 16 – 19
Trip Two: October 23 – 26
To learn more, please call Colt Neidhardt Director of Education and Community Outreach, at 970.513.1151, ex. 106.
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Travel with the LDTC to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, Oregon
At the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, Oregon, participants enjoy world-class theatre at its finest in the beautiful, respite town of Ashland, Oregon. Let our staff plan an unforgettable experience that includes:
- Six diverse productions, including musical favorites, contemporary comedies, and, of course, a few Shakespearean classics
- Coach class airfare and ground transportation
- Hotel accommodations walking distance to the Festival
- Unique festival experiences including free outdoor entertainment, discussions, and presentations
- Organized activities including hiking and other excursion
- $2,500 based on double occupancy
Discover why this unique experience is considered by many the best quality regional destination theatre in the United States. Productions in 2018 include Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma!, a new theatrical staging of Sense and Sensibility, Shakespeare’s Love’s Labour’s Lost, Othello, and Romeo and Juliet, the hilarious award-winning comedy The Book of Will, the world premiere dramas Manahatta and The Way the Mountain Moved, and more.
To learn more, please call Colt Neidhardt, Director of Education and Community Outreach, at 970.513.1151, ex. 106.