Reading Theater Project Turns Museum Grounds into ‘Nature’s Studio’

The Reading Theater Project turned the Reading Public Museum’s Arboretum into a live theater stage in their latest production, “In Nature’s Studio.” On July 25, the benches throughout the museum grounds hosted actors, dancers and musicians performing original work.

The performances, some lasting all 90 minutes and others repeating throughout the evening, were free and open to the public. “In Nature’s Studio” was inspired by RTP Executive Director Vicki Haller Graff’s walks through the Museum Arboretum with her son and dog. The idea to set up a performance outdoors also came from the unique circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Wes Cipolla
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