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2014 Summer Performance Series


2014 Summer Performance Series We have a very big birthday to celebrate on June 24 when our Open Air Theatre turns 100 years old. Over the past century, thousands of musical, dance, and theater performances have graced the Open Air Theatre stage. Our founder Pierre S. du Pont visited a theatre garden in Siena, Italy, in 1913 and decided to build a larger version. Our Open Air Theatre debuted at the 1914 Garden Party—and thus began our 100-year Performing Arts tradition. Join us as we celebrate our history and showcase the performing arts under the sun. . . and stars.


Celebrate 100 Years With Us Summer Soirées

June 27, July 18, August 22 6–9 pm Free with Gardens Admission Celebrate our Open Air Theatre’s centennial during these fun evenings. Enjoy performances that pay homage to our performing arts traditions in the Open Air Theatre and throughout our Gardens. Become a part of our story of arts in the Gardens by posing at photo stations, and be sure to see our narrated Open Air Theatre Fountain Show at the conclusion of each Summer Soirée. Flip ahead to see a detailed listing for each Summer Soirée.

Open Air Theatre Tour

May 22 & 30, June 5, 20, 22 & 26, July 3, 17 & 18 August 15, 21 & 29, September 4 11:30 am & 2 pm * $4 / $3 Members Explore the secrets of the Open Air Theatre. See the fountain pumps, tour the dressing rooms under the stage, and stand in the same backstage area frequented by performance stars of today and the past. * This tour requires guests to walk on grass and climb stairs, and is not accessible by wheelchairs or other mobility devices. This tour is part of our Insider Tour Series where guests get the opportunity to see behind-the-scenes spaces in our Gardens. View our complete Insider Tour schedule at longwoodgardens.org.

Learn More About Our Open Air Theatre Explore the Open Air Theatre and learn about the design, history, and story of 100 years of performing arts in our new interpretive display.


Experience Our Arts About Your Tickets Tickets purchased to any performance include all-day Gardens Admission. How and where to purchase tickets is marked on each performance listing.

Dine With Us Our CafĂŠ and 1906 Restaurant are open daily. Dining in 1906 is popular on performance days and space is limited. Early reservations are recommended via opentable.com. Check longwoodgardens.org for hours and menu.

Members Get More Member Discounts Members receive discounts on most summer performances. Members, your discount code for tickets purchased via Ticket Philadelphia is on the back cover of this brochure. Members also enjoy 365 days of access to our Gardens, Members-only Evenings, shopping and dining discounts, and more!

Members-only Evenings Sundays, July 27 & August 24, 6–9 pm Free for Members, registration not required. Members may use complimentary guest tickets. Enjoy these exclusive Members-only Evenings featuring a free evening concert in our Main Fountain Garden. Take advantage of 10% discounts at the CafÊ and 1906.


May

June

Robin & Linda Williams Saturday, May 31 7:30 pm

Wine & Jazz Festival Saturday, June 7 2–9 pm

For more than three decades, Robin & Linda Williams have been frequent guests on A Prairie Home Companion and have made it their mission to perform the bluegrass, folk, and old-time country music they love.

Our Wine & Jazz Festival is expanding to a garden-wide experience with live jazz performances on multiple stages throughout our Gardens!

Performance: Open Air Theatre Free with Gardens Admission

Adults ages 21 years & over $45 / $38 Members Designated drivers or ages 20 years & under $30 / $25 Members Tickets: longwoodgardens.org 610.388.1000 Summer Barbeque Savor picnic favorites with a gourmet flair during Wine & Jazz Festival. Special ticket required: $32 ages 12 & over $29 Members ages 12 & over $19 ages 5–11 $17 Members ages 5–11 $5 ages 1–4 / Free for infants New! Pre-order a Picnic Tote Bag Our insulated Wine & Jazz Picnic Tote Bag is packed with a sampling of gourmet cheeses, hummus, bread, salad, crackers, and water. Each tote serves two people. $55 / $49 Members Purchase BBQ & Picnic Tote Bag at longwoodgardens.org Presented in partnership with Mainline Magazine and WRTI 90.1-FM Tickets limited. Sell out likely. Gardens close at 2 pm to everyone but Wine & Jazz ticketholders. See more visiting tips at longwoodgardens.org.


Dee Dee Bridgewater

Saturday, June 7

Featuring On the Main Fountain Garden stage: Jazz Orchestra of Philadelphia 3–4 pm “…taking the city by storm.” —All About Jazz 

Delfeayo Marsalis Quintet 5–6 pm “One of the best” —San Francisco Examiner

Dee Dee Bridgewater 7–8:30 pm Tony Award winner and three-time Grammy Award winner Enjoy more jazz performances throughout the day in various Gardens locations, including: Tony Miceli Quartet & Tom Moon’s Jazz Casual. Visit our website for a detailed schedule.


Recess Monkey

Saturday, June 28

West Philadelphia Orchestra

Friday, June 27

Pine Leaf Boys

Friday, June 20


The Savoy Company Presents, Trial by Jury and The Sorcerer Friday, June 13 Saturday, June 14 8:30 pm The first performance of The Savoy Company proper was the double-bill of Trial by Jury and The Sorcerer, directed by its founder, Dr. Reginald Allen, at St. James Hall in Philadelphia on December 6 and 7, 1901. To continue this legacy, The Savoy Company is proud to present these shows in their 114th season. Performance: Open Air Theatre Tickets: www.savoy.org 215.735.7161 $30 Reserved seating $25 Members

Summer Soirée Friday, June 27 6–9 pm Help celebrate the Open Air Theatre’s 100th year at the first of three special summer nights featuring: Blawenburg Band Sousa Ensemble Novo Samba music West Philadelphia Orchestra Balkan Brass Katari Andean music Performance: Open Air Theatre and multiple locations Visit longwoodgardens.org for performance schedule & locations Free with Gardens Admission

Carillon Concert:

Julie Zhu Sunday, June 15 3 pm Julie Zhu is a recent graduate from the Royal Carillon School of Mechelen, Belgium. Performance: Chimes Tower Free with Gardens Admission

Pine Leaf Boys Friday, June 20 7:30 pm Louisiana's finest, four-time Grammynominated, world-renowned Pine Leaf Boys have made a name for presenting their own inimitable brand of Cajun music with youthful exuberance. Performance: Open Air Theatre Free with Gardens Admission

Recess Monkey Saturday, June 28 7 pm Recess Monkey is the nationally acclaimed trio of teachers who make music for kids and families that truly rocks. Known for their contagiously exciting live shows, Recess Monkey was recently named #3 Kindie band in America by Time Out New York. Performance: Main Fountain Garden Free with Gardens Admission

Carillon Concert:

Steven Ball Sunday, June 29 3 pm Steven Ball is the Organist and Director of Outreach at Historic Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey. Performance: Chimes Tower Free with Gardens Admission


July The Best of Rufus Wainwright Tuesday, July 1 7:30 pm Grammy-nominee Rufus Wainwright has established himself as one of the great male vocalists and songwriters of his generation. Referred to by Elton John as “the greatest songwriter on the planet” and praised by The New York Times for his “genuine originality,” Rufus has achieved his success by carving out his own singular sound in the worlds of rock, opera, theater, dance, and film. Performance: Open Air Theatre Tickets: ticketphiladelphia.org 215.893.1999 $37–$57 Reserved seating $32–$52 Members

Organ Camp Performance Friday, July 4 1 pm This performance is the culmination of a two-week-long organ camp led by Longwood Gardens Principal Organist Peter Richard Conte and organist Alan Morrison, Head of the Organ Department at the Curtis Institute of Music and Associate Professor of Organ at Westminster Choir College of Rider University. Performance: The Ballroom Free with Gardens Admission

Patti LuPone Thursday, July 10 7:30 pm Multiple Tony Award winning actress and singer Patti LuPone performs her original show “Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda… played that part.” LuPone performs songs from musicals which she could have played, should have played, did play, and will play. The list of featured shows includes Hair, Bye, Bye Birdie, Funny Girl, West Side Story, Peter Pan and from her Tony Award-winning performances, Evita and Gypsy. Performance: Open Air Theatre Tickets: ticketphiladelphia.org 215.893.1999 $45–$75 Reserved seating $40–$70 Members

Casuarina Saturday, July 12 7:30 pm Casuarina is one of the most respected samba bands of Brazil. Originally from the Rio de Janeiro neighborhood of Lapa, the modern and beloved samba group conquered the music scene in Brazil and abroad. Performance: Open Air Theatre Free with Gardens Admission

Carillon Concert:

Tim Sleep Sunday, July 13 3 pm Tim Sleep is the City Carillonneur at Naperville Millennium Carillon in Illinois. Performance: Chimes Tower Free with Gardens Admission


Casuarina

Saturday, July 12

The Best of Rufus Wainwright

Tuesday, July 1

Patti LuPone

Thursday, July 10

Amy Grant Thursday, June 27


Red Horse

Sunday, July 27

Carillon Concert: Jim Fackenthal

Sunday, July 27

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis

Tuesday, July 29


Summer Soirée Friday, July 18 6–9 pm Help celebrate the Open Air Theatre’s 100th year with special performances featuring: The Savoy Company Musical theater The Brandywiners Ltd. Musical theater Marc Silver and the Stonethrowers Bluegrass Beau Django Gypsy jazz The Give and Take Jugglers Circus Performance: Open Air Theatre and multiple locations Free with Gardens Admission

The Brandywiners Ltd., presents Annie July 24–26 & July 31–August 2 8:30 pm Annie is a Tony Award and Drama Desk Award-winning musical. When the musical debuted on Broadway in 1977, it won seven Tony Awards including Best Musical, Best Book of a Musical, and Best Original Score. Performance: Open Air Theatre Tickets: brandywiners.org 1.800.338.6965 $30 Reserved seating and Members $25 Youth (17 & under)

Carillon Concert:

Jim Fackenthal Sunday, July 27 3 pm Jim Fackenthal is the Carillonneur at The Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial Carillon at The University of Chicago. Performance: Chimes Tower Free with Gardens Admission

Members-only Evening

Featuring Red Horse Sunday, July 27 7 pm Members can enjoy exclusive Membersonly hours from 6–9 pm. Red Horse is folk’s newest super group, featuring John Gorka, Eliza Gilkyson, and Lucy Kaplansky. The three veteran songwriters have teamed up to cover each other’s songs and to breathe new life into old favorites. Performance: Main Fountain Garden Free for Members. Registration not required. Members may use complimentary guest tickets.

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis Tuesday, July 29 7:30 pm Hailed as “an extraordinarily versatile orchestra” by The Los Angeles Times, the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra is composed of 15 of jazz music’s leading soloists under the leadership of musical director Wynton Marsalis. Drawing from an extensive repertoire that includes original compositions by Mr. Marsalis, Ted Nash, and other members of the orchestra, as well as the masterworks of Ellington, Mingus, Coltrane, and other great jazz composers, the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis concerts are internationally acclaimed. Performance: Open Air Theatre Tickets: ticketphiladelphia.org 215.893.1999 $45–$75 Reserved seating $40–$70 Members


August Carillon Concert:

Ray McLellan Sunday, August 3 3 pm Ray McLellan is the University Carillonneur at Michigan State University. Performance: Chimes Tower Free with Gardens Admission

Pat Metheny Unity Group Bruce Hornsby Campfire Tour 2014, with Sonny Emory Thursday, August 7 7:30 pm Join us for a special show featuring two Grammy Award-winning legends, Pat Metheny and Bruce Hornsby. Both artists will perform individually and together on one stage. Over the years, Pat Metheny has won countless polls as “Best Jazz Guitarist” and awards, including three gold records. He has also won 20 Grammy Awards spread out over a variety of different categories. A 13-time Grammy nominee, Bruce Hornsby has built one of the most diverse, collaborative, and adventurous careers. Drawing from a vast wellspring of American musical traditions, the singer-pianist-composer-bandleader has created a large and accomplished body of work. Performance: Open Air Theatre Tickets: ticketphiladelphia.org 215.893.1999 $59–$79 Reserved seating $54–$74 Members

Kennett Symphony of Chester County Presents: Symphony Under the Stars Saturday, August 9 7 pm Under the direction of Guest Conductor Markand Thakar, The Kennett Symphony presents Symphony Under the Stars. The performance will include Beethoven’s Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Op. 36 as well as works by Rossini, Holst, Mozart, Handel, Delibes, and Rossini. Performance: Open Air Theatre Tickets: kennettsymphony.org 610.444.6363 $35–$40 Reserved seating $30 Members

Carillon Concert:

John Widmann Sunday, August 10 3 pm John Widmann is the City Carillonneur in Frederick, Maryland. Performance: Chimes Tower Free with Gardens Admission

Savion Glover: Live in Concert Thursday, August 14 7:30 pm Tony-award winner Savion Glover brings a special evening of tap and live jazz created just for Longwood, featuring Glover and friends. His numerous credits include the Broadway shows The Tap Dance Kid; Jelly’s Last Jam; and Bring in ‘da Noise, bring in ‘da Funk, and the films Tap with Gregory Hines and Sammy Davis, Jr.; Bamboozled by Spike Lee; and Happy Feet 1 and 2, an Academy Award winner choreographed by Glover. Performance: Open Air Theatre Tickets: ticketphiladelphia.org 215.893.1999 $36–$56 Reserved seating $31–$51 Members


Pat Metheny Unity Group

Thursday, August 7

Savion Glover

Thursday, August 14

Bruce Hornsby

Thursday, August 7


The Hot Sardines

Friday, August 22

Le Vent du Nord

Sunday, August 24 Rosanne Cash Tuesday, August 19

Junior Sisk & Ramblers Choice

Friday, August 29


Rosanne Cash: The River and the Thread Tuesday, August 19 7:30 pm The eldest daughter of country music icon Johnny Cash, singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash performs selections from her new album The River and the Thread. Her last two albums, Black Cadillac (2006) and The List (2009), were both nominated for Grammy Awards. Performance: Open Air Theatre Tickets: ticketphiladelphia.org 215.893.1999 $35–$55 Reserved seating $30–$50 Members

Summer Soirée Friday, August 22 6–9 pm Help celebrate the Open Air Theatre’s 100th year with special performances featuring: The Hot Sardines Paris via New Orleans jazz Grupo Fuego Salsa and merengue music and dance Philly Vibe Duo Vibraphone M Shanghai Roots-inspired Americana Performance: Open Air Theatre and multiple locations Visit longwoodgardens.org for performance schedule & locations Free with Gardens Admission

Members-only Evening

Featuring Le Vent du Nord Sunday, August 24 7 pm Members can enjoy exclusive Membersonly hours from 6–9 pm featuring the progressive folk band, Le Vent du Nord. The quartet has racked up several prestigious awards, including a Grand Prix du Disque Charles Cros, two Junos (Canada’s Grammys), a Canadian Folk Music Award, and ‘Artist of the Year’ at the North American Folk Alliance Annual Gala. Performance: Main Fountain Garden Free for Members. Registration not required. Members may use complimentary guest tickets.

Junior Sisk & Ramblers Choice Friday, August 29 7:30 pm From the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia comes one of bluegrass music's most honest voices in the genre's history, Junior Sisk. Over the years, his haunting, almost lonesome vocals have earned him the devotion of countless traditional bluegrass fans from all over the world.  Performance: Open Air Theatre Free with Gardens Admission


September Australia’s Strange Fruit Friday, September 5 2:30 & 4:30 pm Saturday, September 6 1:30, 3 & 4:30 pm Sunday, September 7 1:30, 3 & 4:30 pm Based in Melbourne, Australia, Strange Fruit performs atop 14-foot flexible poles, bending and swaying to impossible angles while combining elements of theatre, dance, and circus. The company will perform Swoon!, in which they tell a spectacular story of love, loss, joy, and freedom up on high. Performance: Main Fountain Garden Free with Gardens Admission Each show lasts approximately 25 minutes

Carillon Concert:

Janet Tebbel Sunday, September 14 3 pm Janet Tebbel is Carillonneur at the First United Methodist Church of Germantown, PA. Performance: Chimes Tower Free with Gardens Admission

Carillon Concert:

Doug Gefvert Sunday, September 21 3 pm Doug Gefvert is the Chapel Carillonneur at Washington Memorial National Carillon, Washington Memorial Chapel, Valley Forge, PA.  Performance: Chimes Tower Free with Gardens Admission


Australia’s Strange Fruit

Friday, September 5 Saturday, September 6 Sunday, September 7

Janet Tebbel

Sunday, September 14

Doug Gefvert Sunday, September 21


Fireworks & Fountains Shows We’re presenting the best of the best… come relive some of our favorite shows!

Big Band and Broadway May 24, 9:15 pm It’s all about the classics from the Big Band era and famed Broadway musicals, including Give My Regards to Broadway, Manhattan Lullaby, Luck Be A Lady, Moonlight Serenade, String of Pearls, and more.

Ladies & Gentlemen… The Beatles September 13, 8:15 pm Celebrate the musical legacy of The Beatles. The show features many favorites, including Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds, Penny Lane, Here Comes the Sun, and more.

Celebrate America July 4, 9:15 pm Celebrate America with patriotic selections including John Philip Sousa’s The Stars & Stripes Forever, Richard Rodgers’ Victory at Sea, Irving Berlin’s God Bless America, and more.

Tickets on sale now: Ages 16 & over: $38 Member ages 16 & over: $31 Ages 15 & under: $22 Member ages 15 & under: $18

A Touch of Classical: Tchaikovsky

Purchase tickets at: longwoodgardens.org 610.388.1000

July 19, 9:15 pm This moving program spotlights the famed Russian composer’s Fifth Symphony.

“Abbacadabra:” The Magic of ABBA August 16, 9:15 pm This show kicks off in the disco era with Dancing Queen and Take a Chance on Me, then jumps to their many other hits.

Tickets are limited and include all-day admission to the Gardens. Sell out likely. No refunds or exchanges. Gardens close at 6 pm to everyone but Fireworks & Fountains ticketholders. Guests may reserve a space in the viewing area after 3 pm. For the best viewing experience, guests are encouraged to bring a lightweight folding chair, but blankets are not permitted. Rental chairs can be purchased for $5, while supplies last.

Summer Barbeque

Rachmaninoff Power and Passion

Savor picnic favorites with a gourmet flair before fireworks launch.

August 30, 8:15 pm This moving program spotlights the famed Russian composer’s Second Symphony.

Special ticket required. $32 ages 12 & over / $29 Members ages 12 & over $19 ages 5–11 / $17 Members ages 5–11 $5 ages 1–4 / Free for infants


Open Air Theatre Seating Chart Left Section

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Gardens Information Gardens Hours Now–May 24 9 am–6 pm  May 25–September 1 Sunday–Thursday, 9 am–6 pm Friday & Saturday, 9 am–10 pm Please note: On June 7 the Gardens close at 2 pm to everyone except Wine & Jazz ticketholders. On May 24, July 4 & 19, August 16 & 30, and September 13 the Gardens close at 6 pm to everyone except Fireworks & Fountains ticketholders. Weather In the event of inclement weather, every effort will be made to start the performance. In the event of postponement or cancellation, ticketbuyers will be notified. Admission Adults: $18 Seniors ages 62+: $15 Students with student ID: $8 Children 4 & under: Free Members: Free

Group Visits Groups are welcome in the Gardens. Discounted rates available for groups of 15 paying guests or more with advance booking. Rentals Private events are welcome in the Gardens. 610.388.5223 events@longwoodgardens.org For Your Convenience Longwood Gardens covers many acres. There are no shuttles within the Gardens. We’re happy to offer the following: – Non-motorized wheelchairs, electric scooters, and children’s strollers. Limited supply available. – Rentals are free for Members, but Member guests will be charged a fee. – Scooters are not available during rainy, snowy, or freezing weather. Become a Member Make our world yours—become a Member today. Membership pays for itself in two visits, and means year-round access to our Gardens, exclusive discounts, Members-only events, and much more. Stay Connected

Prices and hours are subject to change. Dining at The Terrace The Terrace is a Certified Green Restaurant through the Green Restaurant Association and offers two dining experiences, open daily. The Café Enjoy casual fare made from fresh seasonal ingredients. 1906 Savor this artful, full-service dining experience. Reservations made via opentable.com or call 610.388.1000.

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