This tour will take you through the 6-acre site while a guide explains the history of the grounds, those buried within, the types of stones and an overview of how the site fits into the history of Portland.
The Bath Shakespeare Festival will present "Twelfth Night" outdoors in Bath's beautiful Library Park this summer. Twelfth Night is ultimate comedy of mistaken identity, in which a girl disguises herself as a man to be near the Duke she adores, only to be pursued by the woman he loves! It is perfect outing for families, with its outrageous story and unforgettable characters.
For its 19th season, PORTopera produces one of the world's best-loved operas: Giacomo Puccini's incomparable La Boheme. PORTopera’s new production of Puccini’s melodic masterpiece, with beautiful sets, wonderful costumes and an orchestra of over 50 musicians, will transfix you as it weaves the story of struggling young artists and friends in 19th century Paris with a love story of such magnificent beauty, it is an indelible experience you may never forget.
It could be a recipe for disaster. Or it could be a performance of Romeo & Juliet in Portland's Deering Oaks Park. Fenix Theatre Co. is bringing Shakespeare back to the park on weekends through August 10. And while you're probably already familiar with the plot, you've likely not seen it the way Fenix does it.
Our favorite lovable green curmudgeon Shrek makes his New England debut in Arundel this weekend. Donkey will be there, too, along with Princess Fiona and a gang of fairy tale misfits. It's the classic tale from way back in 2001: Shrek! And this version has songs!
Dam Jam is an eight-hour festival of music, food and art and it all happens along the shores of Moose Pond. Performers include The Burlington Taiko Ensemble, Mountain Animation, Jacob Augustine, Sunset Hearts, and Coke Weed. The headliner is Kristin Hersh.