Experience theatre on a great outdoor stage. Theatre-Hikes lets you walk along with the action from scene to scene at different outdoor locations throughout the Chicago-land area. Watch shows unfold under a beautiful canopy of trees, and experience theatre in a whole new way.


Now Playing!


OPENING SATURDAY!

Around the World in 8 Plays

Around the World in 8 Plays

By Patrick Greene and Jason Pizzarello

Produced by special arrangement with Playscripts, Inc.

July 29 & 30 at North Park Village Nature Center at 11AM
5801 N Pulaski Blvd, follow signs to the nature center
For more information and the full schedule click on the image above

ALSO PLAYING

A Midsummer Night's Dream


A Midsummer Night's Dream

By William Shakespeare

The Morton Arboretum,
Saturdays and Sundays
July 8-30
at 6:30PM
For more information click on the image above

The Complete History of America


The Complete History of America (abridged)

By Adam Long
Reed Martin
and Austin Tichenora
Produced with special arrangement from Broadway Play Publishing.


Previews August 19 & 20 at Horner and Wicker Parks
Performing September 30 & October 1 in Lenexa,
For more information and the full schedule click on the image above

A Midsummer Night's Dream


Nightfall with Edgar Allen Poe


By Eric Coble

Produced with special arrangement with Playscripts, Inc.



More performances coming soon
Performing October 8th at 11AM at Wicker Park
October 21st and 22nd at 11AM
at North Park Village Nature Center,
For more information and the full schedule click on the image above
When you come to a Theatre-Hikes performance you are greeted by our Hike Leader who will guide you on a short walk through the scenes of our show. You will sit for a bit and then pick up your seats, blankets etc and walk a short bit to the next scene, and so on.

We do our best to bring you back to where you met us, so you can jump back in your car, bike, bus or train and on your way.

We recommend you bring:

  • a camping chair (that folds up small and is easy to carry),
  • Reusable Water Bottle/s
    (All Venues have water, but not disposable bottles),
  • dress comfortably and
  • wear shoes to walk through nature