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SunRail to Broadway?


Bet you didn’t know you could take SunRail to Broadway.
Well maybe not to Broadway, but at least to a Broadway hit.
The theatrical performance of Monty Python’s SPAMALOT, adapted from the film Monty Python and The Holy Grail, will be the first production in the Orlando Shakespeare Theater’s 27th season, opening Sept. 9 (just a few weeks from today).
The theater in Orlando’s Loch Haven Park, is just a short stroll from the SunRail station at Florida Hospital. Get off the train walk to the north end of the platform and follow the pedestrian crossing through the construction area in front of Florida Hospital Downtown Credo and follow Rollins Street to the theater. The SunRail schedule, including the #NightTrain, make it easy to ride the train to and from performance on weekdays. Sadly, there is no SunRail service on weekends.
Despite its name, the Orlando Shakespeare Theater presents more than the works of the Bard. Other productions scheduled for this season include Bakersfield Mist, Peter and the Starcatcher, Dancing Lessons, The Tempest, Pericles, Vaya and Sonia and Marsha and Spike, plus a children’s program. Click here for ticket information.
Keep watching the SunRailRiders Facebook and Twitter channels for information on how you can win tickets for two to attend SPAMALOT.
See you on The Rail.