How to see the show in Milton, NC
MILTON will be performed at the historic Woman’s Club in downtown Milton, NC, at 11928 Academy Street (at the corner of Academy and Broad streets) on Aug 8-10, 2014.
Fri August 8 - 7pm
Sat August 9 - 2pm and 7pm
Sun August 10 - 2pm and 6pm
There are two ways to reserve tickets:
Email us with your preferred date and show time, your name, number of tickets you want, and your phone number
Call 1-888-970-0929 and follow the instructions on the recording.
How much does it cost?
Tickets will be priced on a sliding scale of $5-$15… Miltonians free!
You will pay at the door.
Should I reserve a ticket?
Yes! Call 1-888-970-0929 or email for reservations. Locals can also reserve their spot on a sign-up sheet in the Milton post office, available starting late July. All reservations will be confirmed via telephone before the show.
Where is Milton, NC?
The town of Milton is right on the Virgina border, a little over an hour from Durham, and about 20 minutes from Danville. Google Maps will get you there.
How many people can see the show at a time?
There is very limited seating for the show– only about 40 people can fit in the Woman’s Club at a time– so make sure to sign up for a ticket if you want one!
Where will I park?
Milton is very small and street parking is totally un-metered. Parking on Broad Street is fine; we’ll probably also have a parking area organized across the street. More info on that coming soon.
TRAVEL INFO- for our out-of-town audience members:
There are a number of hotels and B&B’s in the area, some right around Milton and some in Danville, VA (about a 20 minute drive). Staying in Raleigh-Durham is also an option– it’s about an hour drive. Keep in mind that local inns get filled up quickly because of the Virginia International Raceway (VIR) right down the road, so do make your reservations early. Here are some links to get you started:
This is a page that our friends at the Thomas Day House Museum put together that lists 4 wonderful local B&B’s– great descriptions!
The VIR has great lodging right at the racetrack (a bonus is the beautiful restaurant and bar housed in the restored plantation house right on the property).
This is a page of hotels in the Danville area– it’s a great resource found on the VIR website.
Looking forward to seeing you! If you have questions, just email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!