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During the current state emergency and COVID-19, limited tickets may be purchased online or by phone.  Box office hours are Thurs & Fri from 12-5; Saturday 10am-3pm. Box Office at (845) 876-3080. 

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13 The Musical

13 The Musical


Three Performances:
Fri., 11/6 @7pm; Sat. 11/7 @7pm; Sun. Nov. 8 @5pm
Presented as a drive-in live theater experience! See details below.
A hilarious, coming-of-age musical about discovering that "cool" is sometimes where we least expect it!
Geek. Poser. Jock. Beauty Queen. Wannabe. These are the labels that can last a lifetime. With an unforgettable rock score from Tony Award-winning composer, Jason Robert Brown, (Parade, The Last Five Years, Bridges of Madison County) 13 is a musical about fitting in – and standing out!
This will be a DRIVE-IN LIVE THEATRE EXPERIENCE!  Come rain, snow or shine, park your heated car on the grand lawn and watch live theatre through your windshield!
Appropriate For Ages 13 & up
All seats $13.00, no processing fee.
Box Office: (845)876-3080
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This show will be presented on our outdoor stage, raised up so that watching from your cars will be easy and enjoyable.


Please have your ticketing information at the parking lot entrance at the rear of our building.  All pre-sold through our online vendor. No cash sales. 


Is the admission price per person or per vehicle?
Admission prices are per person.

Are you open during inclement weather?
Yes, however if the storm is severe and deemed to be of specific danger, we may close the theatre for the safety of our customers and our staff.

How do we hear the show in our vehicle?
We are a radioactive drive-in, therefore you can listen to the show by tuning your vehicle’s radio to 100.5 FM. 

If my vehicle’s radio does not work, what shall I do?
You may bring in a portable radio of your own.

Can we leave our engine running during the show?
We would like the drive-in experience to be a pleasant one for all of our customers, so it is preferred that your vehicle’s engine remain off during the show for the convenience of those patrons around you. It is understandable if you need to run your engine intermittently during the show for air conditioning, heater, wipers, etc. Please remember to keep your headlights off.

Can we back our vehicle into the parking space?

Can we leave the hatchback open?
Yes, but please tie the hatchback down so it is level with the roof of your vehicle so anyone parked behind you can see over your hatchback.

Can we cook on our grill at the drive-in?
No. There are no open flames or cooking devices allowed within the drive-in area. Violators will be asked to leave the premises.

Can we set up chairs and blankets outside of our vehicle?
Yes, but we ask that you place your chairs and/or blankets in front of your vehicle, so that all parking spaces are available for our customers.

Can we get to the drive-in early and save a parking space for our friends that will arrive later?
No, parking spaces cannot be saved for a late arrival. This is to make the parking availabilities fair to all of our customers.

Can I videotape at the drive-in?
While we encourage families to take photos and videos of their fun times at the drive-in, please be aware that there is absolutely NO videotaping allowed once the show has begun.


You will be seated in your car or in the bed of your truck for the show.  Masks are required as you walk from your car to the restroom / concessions, or if you can not maintain 6 feet between your party and others.

Education programs are made possible with support from The Ann and Abe Effron Fund of the Community Foundations; the County of Dutchess and administered by Arts Mid-Hudson; and Stewart's Shops.

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