Connecticut Presents First Ever Fall Theatre Festival: Play! in CT
Join Connecticut’s Flagship Theatres this October for a festival of plays, musicals, and theatre events that will be simply unforgettable. Come for a beautiful autumn weekend or plan day trips and see up to eight(!) shows while enjoying special overnight packages and dining discounts.
“When you think of Connecticut, you might associate it with college basketball. But theater is just as much of the identity of the state,” said Former National Endowment for the Arts chairman Rocco Landsman. “If they gave out an award for the state where the most exciting theater originated, it would have to be given to Connecticut. Connecticut is all about theater.”
The six participating theaters include the Westport Country Playhouse (1931), Goodspeed Opera House (1963), Hartford Stage (1964), Eugene O’Neill Theater Center (1964), Long Wharf Theatre (1965), and Yale Repertory Theatre (1966).
Use code playct to save 20% on tickets*
*Play! in CT discounts are valid on limited, select seats and subject to availability.
About the Connecticut Office of Tourism
In 2012, Connecticut’s Office of Tourism (COT), a division of the Department of Economic and Community Development, launched Connecticut still revolutionary as a strategic marketing initiative designed to build pride among residents and bolster the state’s reputation as a business and tourism destination. Connecticut is home to fine dining and entertainment, serene beaches and hiking trails, historic treasures and world class museums. To obtain more information about Connecticut tourism or plan your next trip, visit www.CTvisit.com or call 1-888-CTvisit.