Milton in Milton, MA
May 17-21 at the Milton Public Library
Call 1-800-946-6443 or click here to reserve your spot!
All performances will take place in the Keys Community Room at the Milton Public Library, at 476 Canton Ave in Milton, MA.
Wednesday May 17 @ 7pm
Thursday May 18 @ 7 pm
Saturday May 20 @ 2:30 pm
Sunday May 21 @ 2:30 pm
You can also sign up for your ticket at the library, or visit our Eventbrite page.
Every reservation will be confirmed.
FREE for Milton residents! BY DONATION for non-Milton residents! SEATING is limited!
Curious about the show? Check out this 5 minute trailer of the Milton, NC version of the show, which happened in August 2015.
How much will it cost?
The show is free for Milton residents, and is a $5-10 donation for non-residents.
You can pay at the door, with cash or check.
Can I reserve a ticket?
Yes! Seating is limited, but you can call 1-800-946-6443 to reserve your spot. You can also sign up for a ticket at the library, or visit our Eventbrite page. Every reservation will be confirmed.
How many people can see the show at a time?
This is an intimate experience– no more than 70 people at a time will be there.
Where will I park?
Park in the library lot, or on the street around the library.
TRAVEL INFO – for our out-of-town audience members:
Milton is just outside of Boston, and you can get into Milton on the red line of the T. Once you’re at the Adams stop (transfer to the trolley at Ashmont), you’ll want to take a cab or a Lyft/Uber over to the library.
If you’re flying, you’ll be coming into Logan Airport. From there you can take a cab or ride the T to the Adams stop.
If you’re driving, GPS will reliably get you to the library.
There are lots of hotels and places to stay close to Milton in Boston, Dorchester, and Mattapan. Suggestions to come.
While in Milton, there is a lot to do! You definitely need to take a walk or a hike in the Blue Hills (maybe even go up to the weather observatory). You can visit a replica of Lincoln’s Log Cabin which is on the grounds of the Forbes House Museum, take a driving tour of the historic churches and places in the area (and supplement it by visiting the beautiful, brand new Temple), have a tasty lunch at The Plate, right above Milton’s only grocery in town called The Fruit Center, or stroll through the historic Milton Cemetery. And of course, spend some time in the Library and check out the Photo Exhibit concurrent with our play, called The Bay State: A Multi-Cultural Landscape.
Looking forward to seeing you! If you have questions, just email email@example.com. Thanks!