Gilgamesh in the Park

Presented by Walking Shadow Theatre Company

Wood Lake Nature Center Amphitheater

6710 Lake Shore Dr S, Richfield, MN 55423

60 minutes

Past performances

Friday, October 1 6:00 pm
  • Pay what you can night
  • Free performance
Sunday, October 3 6:00 pm
  • Pay what you can night
  • Free performance
Friday, October 8 6:00 pm
  • Pay what you can night
  • Free performance
Sunday, October 10 6:00 pm
  • Pay what you can night
  • Free performance
Friday, October 15 6:00 pm
  • Pay what you can night
  • Free performance
Sunday, October 17 6:00 pm
  • Pay what you can night
  • Free performance
 
Drama Storytelling

Gilgamesh 

adapted by Charlie Bethel

performed by John Heimbuch

directed by Amy Rummenie

Gilgamesh is the ancient epic about the adventures of a Sumerian King. Including his friendship with a hairy wildman Enkidu, the battle with the Bull of Heaven, the Tale of the Great Flood, and a quest for immortality!

Gilgamesh contains adult language and frank descriptions of violence and sexual intercourse. Recommended for age 14+.

 

Venue Information

Shows are at the Wood Lake Nature Center Amphitheater in Richfield. Join us at this idyllic location under a beautiful canopy of fall leaves.

This is an OUTDOOR venue. Seating is on benches without backs. We recommend bringing a cushion!

There is an accessible porta-potty. Water is not available on site, however there are numerous restaurants and a gas station within walking distance. There is ample free parking just steps from the amphitheater. Served by bus route 4.

COVID Policy

  • This is an outdoor venue.
  • Capacity is limited, and social distancing will be enforced.
  • Masks are not required, but encouraged!
  • The audience will be a safe distance away from the performer, who will not be masked.

Tickets

Tickets are pick your price: $0 – $20 (true value $20)

Please make your reservation now to help us plan for safe gathering!

Tickets may be available at the gate.

John Heimbuch performer
Amy Rummenie director